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A serious movie that blends suspense with drama and the erotic
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Changes (Przemiany) is a serious movie that blends suspense with drama and the erotic. The story begins with a guy named Adrian Snaut going to visit his girlfriend Wanda. He intends to marry her so her family agrees to have him stay with them a few days to get to know him better. Snaut is a former drug addict and has a sketchy side to him so he doesn't get a lot of trust from Wanda's family. The former drug addict disturbs the tranquility of the house and it doesn't take much to do so as they all have a lot of baggage. Wanda lives with her two sisters and their mother is the head of the household. Wanda's sister Marta (Maja Ostaszewska) is married and her husband also lives with them. Her unmarried sister, Basia, also has a daughter. There is a lot of mystery and secrecy in this family and Adrian rattles them all very easily. Przemiany approaches the feeling of one of those sexy thrillers as the drama has such high tension that one is kept unnerved. However, it falls short and doesn't quite make the classification of thriller and clearly sticks to the realm of drama. The drama isn't bad if one is into stories about dysfunctional people. But don't expect anything uplifting about this movie, as it doesn't approach such things. Lukasz Barczyk is the director and writer of this Polish film from 2003. In his more recent film, Nieruchomy Poruszyciel (2008), I think he goes for similar feeling but with a much different plot. I suspect we will see more of the same type of movies from him in the future.
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