2017, 106 min.
|Screenplay||Piotr Derewenda, Doman Nowakowski|
|Art Direction||Anna Gronowska|
|Eugeniusz Bodo||Tomasz Schuchardt|
|Young Eugeniusz Bodo||Antoni Krolikowski|
|Jadwiga Anna Dorota Dylewska-Junod||Agnieszka Wosinska|
|Teodor Junod||Mariusz Bonaszewski|
|Moryc Blum||Piotr Zurawski|
|Antek Piekutowski||Jozef Pawlowski|
|Konrad Tom||Wojciech Solarz|
|Nora Ney||Anna Prochniak|
What could be a better way of depicting a biography of a cabaret and movie star than a musical drama? Glitter, scandals, roaring twenties’ music and amazing acting: the film contains all that and much more. It depicts the life of the Polish star of the interwar period called Eugeniusz Bodo, who was a man of many talents, and presents his pathway to success. His career was international, just like his origin-his father was Swiss while his mother was Polish. In the interwar period, Bodo was a major star of Europe since he was an actor, a director, a producer, a businessman and the central figure of numerous gossips and scandals.