Synopsis: Four friends are facing problems like infidelity, fertility and disease. But together, they can solve every single problem.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Tomasz Konecki
Production: Van Worden
  1 nomination.
134 min

Which is us.

From today on, for ever.


- Give it to me, you drunkard!

- You're worse than Artur.

For the better...

Oh, he's calling!

How are you honey?

Gosia, hello? It's Istvan!

- Istvan.

- Who?

I am awfully sorry...

What's up?

I was hoping you'd come

but Artur told me everything.

- It's stupid with this funeral...

- With what?

Well, Artur said you had to stay

in Warsaw because of the funeral...

Aaa, my close friend died...

Well, not my close friend but her

husband, but you know how it is.

One for all, and all for one,

or something...

Goka, it's very loud

and cheerful there...

It's because, he wanted it

to be a kind of Indian ritual.

Loud, cheerful, everyone's

feeling awfully sad, though.

And Gosia,

will you come to Brussels?

Lucy, I must go to the loo...

I feel sick!

...Gosia? Hello?

You woke up Juleczka

and Darek's wife's taking him home?

Why take a kid to New Year's?

Was "take your infant and

your breast milk" on the invite?

Or "we'll provide you with

service on leather sofas"?

It's not a real New Year's!


Look who's talking! A man who runs

in a toga and says he's a Roman!

Stop smoking!

You stink of fags.

You know what, sugar pots, I'll go

and have a dance on the table, ok?

You got it all mixed up!

Have your Romans,

leave my New Year's alone!

It's the New Year's to me!

- I worked 6 years in London!

- By the sink?

As a graphic designer!

Just back and I'm looking around,

'cause I don't want to take

just anything.

I guarantee you, sweetie pie,

that this is not just anything!

So stop blabbing

and start dancing!

Fucking Romans! How close

is the fall of your empire!

F*ck, I think you've mistaken

the ladies, Mareczek!

Monia, listen,

it's not like that!

We want to get married.

- Shut up!

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