A prequel to the legendary Sami Sui is currently in production. Photos are currently being taken in the Ethnographic Park in Tokarnia, i.e. in one of the branches of the Kielce Village Museum. The film is scheduled to hit theaters next year.
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In 1967, the film “Sami Soy” was produced. Recently, Slavomir Želiga visited them with his family and shared his impressions. 56 years ago, Fatso Kowalski and Stanisław Hanča played the heads of feuding families. The film was filmed in Dobrzykowice Wrocławskie, where two farms still stand. The Kargol and Pavlak Museum was established in Lubomirz. This city also “starred” in the film. See the places where the 1967 film Sami Soi was filmed.
A prequel to the legendary film is currently being produced. Karol Dziuba will play the main role of KargolAnd in Pawlak – Adam Bobek. The film will describe the fate of the Pawlaks and Karguls before leaving the Borderlands. Andrei Mularczyk described them in his book “Whose Life I Lived”. Photos are currently being taken in the Ethnographic Park in Tokarnia, i.e. in one of the branches of the Kielce Village Museum. The film is scheduled to hit theaters next year.
– Everyone asks us two questions alternately: “Why?”, “Why?” The answer is very simple: this is the beginning of the whole story and it was supposed to be the first part of the cult series, but in the late sixties, for political reasons, no one would allow the production of a film that would show the fraternal Soviet nation in a negative and somewhat cynical way. In fact, the trilogy without the part we currently have is incomplete, and poorer for the world in which Pawlak first fell in love, had his heart broken for the first time, and fought for his life for the first time. – says film producer Thomas Kopsky.
“Sami swoi. Popocztek”, a prequel to director Sylwester Chęciński’s popular comedy, is scheduled to hit theaters in 2024. The screenplay for “Sami swoi. Popocztek” is based on Mularczyk’s book “Whose Life I Lived” from 1983, but The story described in it is slightly changed and focuses on events in one country. It is supposed to tell the fate of feuding families before they are resettled from the borderlands to the recovered lands. The director was Artur Żmijewski. See photos from the set of the new film – we show them in the gallery above.
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