Pismak / Write and Fight (1985) Wojciech Has, Wojciech Wysocki, Gustaw Holoubek, Janusz Michalowski, Drama

Pismak (Wojciech Has, 1985)
Set during the World War I in a prison cell. A newspaper satirist, a safecracker and a clerical murderer have been loaded into a common cell until the investigation into their supposed crimes has been finished. The journalist takes copious notes on the situation hoping to publish them later as a novel. The writer catches typhus and in his feverish delirium is no longer able to distinguish between the reality and fantasy of his writing.
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Sonny Boy (1989) Robert Martin Carroll, David Carradine, Paul L. Smith, Brad Dourif, Action, Drama, Thriller

Sonny Boy (1989)
A small-town crime boss accepts delivery of a stolen car, only to find there’s a baby in the back-seat. He and his transvestite “wife” cut out the boy’s tongue and raise him as a mute accomplice in their crimes. When the grown “Sonny Boy” escapes and tries to make contact with the outside world, the attention he draws to his warped family results in darkly-humored mayhem.
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A Free Soul (1931) Clarence Brown, Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, Lionel Barrymore, Crime, Drama, Romance

A Free Soul (1931)
Stephen Ashe, an upper class alcoholic defense attourney, successfully defends local mobster Ace Wilfong in a murder case. After his daughter Jan Ashe breaks her engagement to polo player Dwight Winthrop and starts an affair with Wilfong, she finds that the liason is not easily severed when she wants out. Winthrop earns Miss Ashe’s true affections by killing Wilfong to break his grip on her. Now the question is, can Stephen Ashe save Winthrop with an impassioned defense speech to the jury?
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Pas koji je voleo vozove / The Dog Who Loved Trains (1977) Goran Paskaljevic, Svetlana Bojkovic, Irfan Mensur, Velimir ‘Bata’ Zivojinovic, Comedy, Drama

Pas koji je voleo vozove AKA The Dog Who Loved Trains (1977)
A fugitive girl, a stuntman and a young man who lost his dog quite some time before, are joining together on a trip to reach each of their own destination. A youngster gets emotionally connected to the girl, and he’d try to help her to leave the bossy stuntman, to get false passport and escape to Paris.
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Eva (1948) Gustaf Molander, Birger Malmsten, Eva Stiberg, Eva Dahlbeck, Drama

Eva (1948)
During WW2 in neutral Sweden, young sailor Bo, son of a railway stationmaster, comes home from the Navy and reminisces a childhood accident. At age twelve, he ran away in a steam locomotive together with a blind 10-year-old girl. The engine derailed, and the little girl got killed. Feelings of guilt haunt Bo even in his courtship with Eva, a beautiful local girl. In Stockholm, Bo sees a nightmare about plotting to kill his roommate Göran together with Göran’s flirtatious girlfriend Susanne. In a third act, Eva and Bo are married and living on a remote island off Stockholm. When it’s time to give birth, Bo has to row the stormy seas and fears again that he will cause another death.
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