The Naked

From Polish director Witold Swietnicki, and a cast of everyday people comes an unusual satire on the routine madnesses of everyday life. In an office where nobody wears any clothes, a clerk's life is full of many things - gossip, tea, coffee, the radio and even tinned knuckle in the staff canteen. "The Naked" has all this and more, raising all sorts of questions about our attitudes to nakedness and the human condition.

Year: 2001
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Eastern European Cinema
Country: Poland
Director: Witold Swietnicki
Starring: Anna Pudlowska, Barbara Gasior, Agnieszka Pasko, Irene Kolodziej, Waldemar Poltek, Jerzy Grobel
Duration: 72 Minutes
Rating: M
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Eastern Europe)



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