Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje)
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Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje)
Award-winning Polish director Andrzej Wajda guides this effective tale about a young doctor and the woman he finds when he did not know he was looking. The doctor is attractive enough to have women after him all of the time, which may seem like a great problem for most men but is unsettling to him. Just when he has had it with women coming on to him, he meets a lively young femme who at first seems no different than all the rest. She manages to get into his room where the two of them spend their time talking -- a novelty, without a doubt. But then the doctor has to leave to meet some friends,… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"If the film still has value, it lies in the compelling lead performances and the vivid portrait of a newly restless milieu."
‑ David Thompson, Time Out
"The intimacy and piquancy of a tango"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
"The film serves as a fascinating document of Polish youth culture during the least repressive years of the communist era, as well as a rough draft for the freewheeling comedies Skolimowski would soon direct himself"
‑ , Chicago Reader
"I never warmed up to the would-be lovers."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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