On an election weekend in 1934 in Kansas City, a petty thug, Johnny, organizes the robbery of a wealthy businessman. He quickly gets exposed and falls into the hands of an all-powerful gangster. Blondie, Johnny’s wife, does everything she can to save her husband.
Distinguished director, screenwriter and producer Robert Altman was born in 1925 and died in 2006 having made several dozen cinema and television films. The breakthrough in his career came with the anti-war satire MASH, in which he presented a community in typical Altman style that characterises his very best work – based on episodic narration and innovative montage of image and sound. Altman often uses irony to show how society’s traditional roles, social conventions and cultural myths condition people.
1977 Trzy kobiety / 3 Women
1992 Gracz / The Player
1993 Na skróty / Short Cuts
2001 Gosford Park