Czarny czwartek

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Year:
2011
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WEDNESDAY, 24th December 1969

Oh! All right?

Ok., go! Go quickly!

The first one who will see the

star - shout! Romek, wear your hat!

Come! Come here!

I'll show you something!

Look! Santa is here!

Daddy is the Santa!

Daddy is the Santa!

Romek!

You will get the rod!

- Uncle!

- What?

- Come quickly! Daddy is the Santa!

- Come on Gabryka! Daddy is the Santa?

- Good evening! Who will give me a kiss?

- Good evening!

So sweet! So cold!

- Mariola, give me your hand.

- You're freezing!

Romek! Come Romek!

Come, come!

We stood for a while with Romek but...

I have the most important things.

- Next year Christmas Eve

will be at our place. - No, Leon.

Why not?

- We got a flat in apartment block.

- Really?

Yes! Hot water, central heating,

close to work!

Oh, bro!

Bro! Such a news!

We have to celebrate!

Here it is!

Have you lost your mind?

It's Christmas Eve!

You're right, Honey.

Children come here!

- Come here.

- The same for you!

Best wishes, honey!

All the best!

Bruno, that everything

is all right at the new place.

Stefa...

the Politbiuro of the Central Committee

of the United Polish Worker's Party

under the leadership

of Wadysaw Gomuka

introduced a huge price increase

for meat and other groceries.

The decision about the

price increase was announced.

BLACK THURSDAY:

Janek Winiewski fell

MONDAY:

Bruno, you promised to take

the laundry to the drying room.

I forgot.

And again is all on my head.

- Good morning!

- Good morning!

A piece of salceson

and half a kilo of lard.

- 22 zloty.

- How much?

It's 22.

- It increased so much! - It is not me

who decides about the price increase!

Not only it's all so expensive

but also there is nothing to buy!

If our husbands don't do anything

with that, I won't let mine to our bed!

Me neither! He can do whatever

he wants! And you'd better listen!

- Goodbye! - What for you?

- A piece of kaszanka and some bones.

GDASK Voivodship Committee of

the United Polish Worker's Party

Kids, open the door!

Daddy!

- Did you behave well?

- Yes!

- Was your mother angry?

- A little bit. - Very angry! Hello!

Dad!

I see that Bolek came back

from the cruise.

- Yes, I'm back. Good morning, Bruno.

- Good morning.

- You're spoiling my kids.

- I have something for you, too.

- I just have to finish unpacking.

- All right.

Stefa, I am not working tomorrow.

The port stopped.

What happened?

In Gdask, shipyard workers strike in

the streets There were some fightings.

- You haven't heard anything?

- They didn't say anything on the radio.

And probably they won't say.

It is because of these

Gomuka's price increase.

Everything is so expensive!

What are they doing? What kind of

Christmas is it going to be?

Stefa, everything will be all right.

Now we will buy new furniture,

we will pay off the flat.

I will buy the cab.

Yes, I will be a taxi driver.

You will see how wealthy we will be!

Look what we got from Bolek.

Ham.

- Make me a sandwich.

- No, no, no, the ham is for Christmas.

But look what is for dinner.

- Where did you get the money?

- The lodger payed his rent for December.

Such things!

Great!

- It is for you.

- No, I cannot.

- Romek will find it.

- Come one, it is only a pen.

No.

All right, but at least...

- have a beer. All the best.

- Thank you.

Are you staying with us

for Christmas?

They are talking that

all cruises will be cancelled.

Nobody knows nothing.

- I don't know how it is gonna to be.

- All right.

But if you stay, you are welcome

to spend the Christmas Eve with us.

Thank you very much.

TUESDAY:

Give us bread!

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