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Rejs (1970)

(บรรยายอังกฤษ)

 

Directer: Marek Piwowski

Writter: Andrzej Barszczynski, Janusz Glowacki,
Jerzy Karaszkiewicz, Marek Piwowski

Running time: 65 min Country: Poland

Language: Polish Genre: Comedy Art-house

Subtitle: English
Starring: Stanislaw Tym ... KO Instructor,
Jolanta Lothe ... Young Girl,
Wanda Stanislawska-Lothe ... Mamoniowa,
Jerzy Dobrowolski ... Instructor''s Friend,
Andrzej Dobosz ... Philosopher,
Feridun Erol ... Seaman,
Jan Himilsbach ... Sidorowski
 

ควรค่าน่าดูตรงที่ เป็นหนังตลกอาร์ทเฮ้าส์จากโปแลนดฺยุค70 เป็นผลงานมาสเตอร์พีซ เรียกได้ว่าเป็นหนัง cult film ที่เก่าแก่ที่สุดของโปแลนด์ทีเดียว

 

 

 

Storyline:
Life in Poland is satirized in this standard comedy drama about a group of people who take a short cruise together, a brief vacation along a river before the demands of life and work are faced again. The wide mix of passengers goes from one end of the personality spectrum to the other, and the close quarters make mingling, talking, and interacting all the easier. Sight gags and sharp wit keep the cruise, and the comedy, rolling along at a good pace.


Special Features:
- ''The Rejs'' with Marek Piwowski (74 mins, in Polish w/o subs).
- Casting


Review:
A cult movie - a kind of Polish Monty Python
28 November 1999 | by Michal babilas (mbabilas@sylvaninc.com) – See all my reviews
This one is an absolute must. Full of absurd humour, it provides an excellent insight into Poland of the early 70s. The movie features a group of people gathered on a cruise ship - a picture of the society in a nutshell. Some lines have entered the common Polish language. Most probably, however, it is quite hermetic and barely understandable outside of Poland.


 

A passenger without a ticket boards a tourist ship cruising the Vistula River. The captain takes him for a cultural and educational instructor, and the stow-away gladly accepts this role.

First he convenes a meeting to elect a cruise council, then involves passengers in on-board competitions, games and fun - much to their excitement and delight with such showing-off opportunities. The "instructor" wins a team of devoted allies and gets increasingly carried away by his leadership. As the subsequent events, including captain''s day, masquerade, intelligence quiz, collective physical exercises and "guess who slapped your backside" game become increasingly silly and meaningless, the enthusiasm of the cruise "management" is rising.

I used the method of provoking a certain mental exhibitionism in ''Rejs'' - hence the need for improvising while shooting, the need for natural situations and behaviours and for dialogues springing up live in front of the camera. A traditional screenplay was impracticable and the traditional dramatic structure involving storytelling or plot development had to give way to such new structures which refer to the spectator''s free associations, intelligence and sensitivity

Marek Piwowski, Film, 1971.

''Rejs'' defies all categories present in the Polish cinema. It is an on-screen cabaret - an improvised one and amazingly realistic to boot... Piwowski''s gift of observation, his sense of humour and something else - an awareness of national pathology which is so acute that it borders on cruelty - allowed him to use such stuff to create a full-length show in all respects.

Jan Józef Szczepański, Tygodnik Powszechny, 1970.

Using a para-documentary method of camera shooting improvised scenes, ''Rejs'' is one of the most original Polish satirical comedies. Its grotesque key, surrealist dialogues utilizing the newspeak of the Polish People''s Republic and situations borrowed from the realities of the time lend it a metaphorical sense.

Jan Słodowski, "Leksykon polskich filmów fabularnych" / "Dictionary of Polish Feature Films", Warsaw 1997.

Even the most favourably predisposed film critics could not foresee that the events taking place on a Vistula river cruise as shown in ''Rejs'' would be as attractive twenty plus years on as they were on the first night, and that the film would become a cult object for the next generation.

Małgorzata Hendrykowska, "Kronika kinematografii polskiej" / "A Chronicle of Polish Film-Making 1895-1997", Poznan 1997.

This one is an absolute must. Full of absurd humour, it provides an excellent insight into Poland of the early 70s. The movie features a group of people gathered on a cruise ship - a picture of the society in a nutshell. Some lines have entered the common Polish language. Most probably, however, it is quite hermetic and barely understandable outside of Poland.

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