The Debt

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The Debt (Polish: Dług) is a 1999 Polish film directed by Krzysztof Krauze. It is based on a true event that took place in Warsaw, Poland in the early 1990s. After looking for financial backing to start a business importing Italian scooters, college... read more

The Debt (Polish: Dług) is a 1999 Polish film directed by Krzysztof Krauze. It is based on a true event that took place in Warsaw, Poland in the early 1990s. After looking for financial backing to start a business importing Italian scooters, college friends Adam and Stefan meet businessman Gerard. While initially very helpful, Gerald soon turns violent, and begins to blackmail the pair for increasingly large sums of money while psychologically terrorizing the two men. The movie is based on the true story of Sławomir Sikora and Artur Bryliński, who were later pardoned by the Polish president because of exposure from the film.

Original Release

11/19/1999

US Release

10/01/2000

Cast

Robert Gonera Adam Borecki
Jacek Borcuch Stefan Kowalczyk
Andrzej Chyra Gerard Nowak
Cezary Kosinski Tadeusz Frei
Joanna Szurmiej Basia
Agnieszka Warchulska Jola
Henryk Golebiewski Robotnik
Roman Bugaj Thug / (w napisach Ryszard Bugaj)
Edyta Lukaszewicz-Lisowska
Ewa Kania szefowa Operacji Kredytowych
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Krzysztof Krauze

Writers

Krzysztof Krauze, Jerzy Morawski

Cast

Robert Gonera Adam Borecki
Jacek Borcuch Stefan Kowalczyk
Andrzej Chyra Gerard Nowak
Cezary Kosinski Tadeusz Frei
Joanna Szurmiej Basia
Agnieszka Warchulska Jola
Henryk Golebiewski Robotnik
Roman Bugaj Thug / (w napisach Ryszard Bugaj)
Edyta Lukaszewicz-Lisowska
Ewa Kania szefowa Operacji Kredytowych
Robert Wabich Robotnik
Sławomir Jóźwik Matczak
Tomasz Gęsikowski Policjant
Aleksander Mikolajczak Oficer dochodzeniowy
Aleksandra Niespielak dziewczyna Tadeusz'a / dziewczyna Tadeusza
Andrzej Andrzejewski
Izabela Kuna zona Matczaka / żona Matczaka
Jakub Snochowski Kelner / (w napisach: Kuba Snochowski)
Jarosław Budnik Policjant
Jerzy Gudejko Lekarz

Producers

Editors

Krzysztof Szpetmanski

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