Once Again Trailer

Once Again Trailer (2008)

04 January 2008 Comedy 91 mins

This romantic comedy is about a mother and daughter and their entertaining adventures in love. The mother, Anna, is an energetic and attractive 40-year-old with a great sense of humor, a great sense of fashion, and an easy going personality. Her 19-year-old daughter Kasia, on the other hand, is an atypical teenager who is serious, shutters at the thoughts of parties or boys. Instead, she focuses on eating healthy, practicing yoga, and having a practical approach to life. What will happen when two eligible bachelors, Michal and Pawel, encounter these two lovely ladies?

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Cast

Jan Frycz

as Michał Woroczyński

Danuta Stenka

as Anna Krzyżańska

Przemysław Cypryański

as Paweł Woroczyński, syn Michała

Mikołaj Krawczyk

as Tomuś Jaworski

Anna Antonowicz

as Kasia Szajewska, córka Anny

Kinga Preis

as Grażyna

International Releases Dates

Poland 04 January 2008

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