Wygrany, 2011, 110 min.
|Cinematography||Piotr Kukla, Piotr Sobocinski Jr.|
|Art Director||Grazyna Molska|
|Oliver Linovsky||Pawel Szajda|
|Frank Goretzky||Janusz Gajos|
|Professor Karloff||Wojciech Pszoniak|
|Mrs. Linovsky||Grazyna Barszczewska|
|Kornelia||Marta Zmuda Trzebiatowska|
|Max Runyon||Wenanty Nosul|
|Jack Goretzky, Frank’s Son||Andrzej Krukowski|
|Frank’s Granddaughter||Anna Podolak|
|Maurice Boisset||Peter J. Lucas|
Oliver (Pawel Szajda) is a talented young pianist of Polish American heritage. After breaking off his European tournée, he is forced to repay the tour organizers 250 thousand Euros. On his journey, he meets the very colorful character of (Janusz Gajos) – a retired high school math teacher and a great enthusiast of the horse races. He dreams of returning to America as a “somebody,” but can only do so after wining a momentous prize. From then on the two friends endeavor to gain success. They discover true friendship. Together they fulfill Frank’s dream of winning at the horse races, which in turn allows Oliver to buy back his personal freedom. Having recovered from a dramatically ended marriage, the young man is able to open up to a new love.