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NOTICE: Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk DOES NOT have Spanish audio and subtitles.


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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas just another dance-theme movie 28 de octubre de 2012
Por Paul - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This is just another dance-theme movie. It's built on the story of a young woman reuniting with her father who abandoned the family during her childhood. She fell in love with a dancer-to-be. The rest is just average-quality dance routines with the usual dramatic scenes and acrobatics. Among movies of this genre, it pales by comparision with Saura's "Tango" which has truly top-notch music and dance performances interweaved with a very captivating plot.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas a Polish dance movie/romantic comedy 28 de diciembre de 2010
Por Richard Brzostek - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Kochaj i Tancz (Love and Dance) is a Polish dance movie/romantic comedy. Although the story is mostly predictable, like most romantic comedies, it isn't bad. There are a number of things in the plot that don't make sense that you have to ignore to believable the story. If you can get past some of these minor details, the movie is fun, but nothing groundbreaking or spectacular.

The story begins with a construction worker guy (Mateusz Damiecki) bumping into a woman (Izabella Miko) on her way to an interview to work for a magazine. They soon see each other again as her first assignment is to do a story about dancers and it just happens that he has ambitions to be a dancer. They both get along well and like each other, but she fails to tell him that she has a fiance already and is getting married soon. There is a lot more to the story with additional sub-stories, but I will leave the rest alone in an attempt to save some suspense.

The actors of Kochaj i Tancz deserve mention. There are a lot of recognizable faces from both the older (Katarzyna Figura and Krzysztof Globisz) to the younger (Roma Gasiorowska and Jakub Wesolowski) generations of Polish actors that play small roles or have a cameo. Even the late Maciej Kozlowski has a short role as a taxi driver.

Interestingly enough, Poles who left their homeland and became famous for acting in English speaking films have two of the leading roles in Kochaj i Tancz. Jacek Koman left Poland in the early 1980s and stared in well-known films such as Moulin Rouge! and Defiance. Although Izabella Miko's early work was in Polish cinema, she has stared in far more American films since then. From Coyote Ugly to Clash of the Titans, Miko is better known for her English language movies. Interestingly enough, before she got into acting she actually was a ballet dancer.


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