Hunting Flies

(1969)
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Wlodek is a young man stuck in a dead-end job at the local library who lives with his harridan wife and critical in-laws in a small apartment. When Wlodek draws the interest of a library patron, the beautiful young woman encourages him to strive for better things in his life and professional career. Together, the two take off for a three-day affair, but surprises could await Wlodek upon his return home.

  1. Andrzej Wajda

    Director

  2. Janusz Glowacki

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Zygmunt Malanowicz

    Zygmunt Malanowicz

    Włodek

  2. Ewa Skarzanka

    Ewa Skarzanka

    Hanka, Wlodek's wife

  3. Malgorzata Braunek

    Malgorzata Braunek

    Irena

  4. Hanna Skarżanka

    Hanna Skarżanka

    Hanka's mother

  5. Józef Pieracki

    Józef Pieracki

    Hanka's father

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Facts

Original Title Polowanie na muchy

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 19, 1969
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Polish

Runtime 1h 44m

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