Extreme Cinema, Film Reviews. In the wake of a series of bombings and cyberattacks in Stockholm, agent Carl Hamilton soon finds himself on a life-threatening mission against an invisible enemy with traces leading to Russian, Swedish and US intelligence forces. However, the film was banned by the authorities (Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Blind Chance was another one), though clandestine copies circulated on videotape. It was directed by Ryszard Bugajski. The questions quickly become personal and sexual in nature, and when Tonia refuses to divulge details of her past loves, the man begins reading off a series of facts about her that she can’t understand how he would know. She wakes up in prison, not having a clue why she's there. Two Swedish business men are kidnapped in Rome by the Mob, and moved to Sicily. She is forced to live in fear in a small cell with multiple other women, all there for similar unknown reasons (one of whom, Witkowska, is played by Agnieska Holland, director of some episodes of The Wire, The Killing, and most recently, part of the Rosemary’s Baby miniseries). Written by Hamilton has to crack the case before all hell breaks loose and there is a full scale ... See full summary ». The film finished shooting in December, days before martial law was declared in December, and had to be hidden until Bugajski felt safe enough to edit it. It is well filmed, well acted, well written. Following the return of democracy in 1989, Interrogation had its long-delayed premiere, being the last film to have its ban lifted. The Creeper from Jeepers Creepers: The Most Underrated Horror Villain? It’s even more surprising that it was ever put into production, but at the time (1982), the Polish authorities were preoccupied with the forthcoming imposition of martial law and the script was passed for approval. If you’re expecting an action packed jailbreak movie, or a fugitive on the run style, you’re looking in the wrong place. But the movie is horrifying in its own right; this isn’t so much fiction as it is a fictionalized account of what has happened in so many different places under so many corrupt governments. What's on TV & Streaming What's on TV & Streaming Top Rated Shows Most Popular Shows Browse TV Shows by Genre TV News India TV Spotlight. Following the return of democracy in 1989, Interrogation had its long-delayed premiere, being the last film to have its ban lifted. We open innocently enough – at a party for some troops (a banner in the back reads “34th Anniversary of Great October”), a chorus of girls sing songs while people smoke, drink, dance, and party. What about the other stolen SS20? Swedish secret agent infiltrate a German terrorist group. In the opening shot (on a train), the sunlight gives a warm glow, which fades as the film progresses.
Some men kill both dealers and buyers and steal the grenades. It was originally filmed in 1982 (when most of the country was under martial law), but the Stalinist controlled government was so upset with the movie’s anti-Communist messages that it effectively banned it before it was even released. Tonia goes out drinking. In desperation, he steals his lord's ox. She wakes up in prison, not having a clue why she's there. (as Lars-Göran Carlsson). He hopes that the crime will not be revealed, but it happens. But if she’s given a finer performance than the one she gives in Interrogation, then I’d certainly like to see it. Bjørn investigates the killing of his daughter. Tonia goes out drinking. With Krystyna Janda, Adam Ferency, Janusz Gajos, Agnieszka Holland. She is tortured to encourage her to confess to a crime she is not aware of. Interrogation isn’t a subtle film, and it’s fair comment to say that after nearly two hours you might feel you’ve been worked over by a blunt instrument.