After shaken Poland Village as a cheater priest in “Corpus Christi”. Bartosz Bielenia star nominated in Oscar to babble the entire nation in “Prime Time“. The character here is an unreasonable person. One is armed and ready to take over the TV studio.
On New Year’s Eve with a special message for the world. But he was a bit too truly rebel without reason: We have never found any complaints of this protest. The deficiency made the director Jakub Piatek and Co-Writer, the first feature of Lukasz Czapski.
It was a drama hostage who was familiar with the anticipated narrative Raison d’etre strangely Mia. A neat result watched, but in the end, it was somewhat useless. Which was prime at Sundance six months ago, launched around the world at Netflix on June 30.
It’s the 1999 New Year’s Eve at the Krakow Network Affiliate:
Even though Y2K fears sacrificial at another station ‘broadcast, only the night work again for the staff here. That includes the “personality” old population “Mira (Magdalena Poplawska).
Which appeared only a few moments before he was scheduled in the air – quite late so that found emergency replacement. Even though he did not regret when he set aside a younger woman.
But right when Mira announced What will win the car on the “last call of the millennium”. Roughly disrupted the show because Sebastian (Bielenia) attacked the set. They had held a security guard of Grzegorz (Andrzej Klak) at the Point of Weapons.
In the subsequent panic, the most crew escaped, and the active broadcast was cut off. Left to deal with the situation are two nerve hostages and Lauran-level veteran producers (Malgorzata Majewska-Krzysztof).
He immediately joined the control booth above by helpful police negotiators (Monika Frajczyk, Kosinski Cezary). Who tried to speak or at least distract Sebastian. Who yawned while their superiors (Dobromir Dymecki) considered how to make the SUDSTAGE SUDSTAGE type team which is now banned,
Most of their tactics only worsen the situation:
Mainly when they produce a Julius chrzastrowski), a hothead, far from providing balm. Instead of quickly describing why his son has nothing to do with him. But the insight of the dysfunctional family.
A short family on the side, we studied very little. About what dropped out the Dropout University Sebastian for this drastic action. There are instructions that he might have homophobia. The opulent father criticizes ambiguous against his “sick lifestyle”), and quick bits of other station broadcasts.
It suggest the possibility of more significant political or social problems that might be a factor. Is the frustration of so many other Polish young men. Who consider the only chance of real success in emigrating abroad?
We can only guess, and frankly, there is not much interest or tension in seeing “Dog Day Afternoon”. Like standoff playing when there is no clear motivation behind it. More irritated because he kept him away from the air. Sebastian could not read the speech he brought and never get a feeling of what might contain.
“Corpus Christi,” Bielenia is electricity, but then he has an extensive manuscript Mateusz Pacewicz to work with him. Here, he maintains charisma in hard performance, but not enough to provide this scenario with meaning.
We are hard to care about Destiny Sebastian when we don’t know what he took to stand suicide. By default, the most sympathetic number here becomes a promising class of class workers.
This film may be better to provide more screentime for its less developed character, and less than Poplawska. Which is propagated but one dimension of Prima Donna.
Shot on the old TV soundstage that is derived, “Prime Time,”:
It seems to have been set 20 years ago only because television broadcasts ordered far greater guidance. The millennium end time turned out to be excessive, one more thing that finally signifies anything here. The film pack paced, fast, and polished visually. But it’s hard not to feel it’s all very little about a little in the end.
When Beale Howard Peter Finch raved about his boob-tube platform in the “network,” there was a tragic splendour for it. Even when Young Idiot Chris Klein held a TV camera hostage in “American Dreamz”.
He did not use his actions to make a sharp satirical point. At the closing “prime time,” the only thing to say with certainty is that a young man is angry about something or someone else has troubled some people at night off. It wasn’t fed to grip, awe-inspiring, 90 minutes, despite the efforts of pink to lend that the urgency ranges thriller of the white finger book.