Pokot (Spoor)Janina Duszejko, an elderly woman, lives alone in the Klodzko Valley where a series of mysterious crimes are committed. Duszejko is convinced that she knows who or what is the murderer, but nobody believes her.Keywords:
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Directors of "Pokot (Spoor)"Agnieszka HollandBirthdate: 28 November 1948, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, PolandKasia AdamikBirthdate: 28 December 1972, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Creators of "Pokot (Spoor)"Olga TokarczukBirthdate: 29 January 1962, Sulechów, Lubuskie, PolandAgnieszka HollandBirthdate: 28 November 1948, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Critic Reviews of "Pokot (Spoor)"indieWireFebruary 17, 2017
Though far from perfect, this one part revenge thriller, one part eco-reverie, tied together with sumptuous visual brio, is the "John Wick"/ "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring" mash-up you never knew you always wanted.Hollywood ReporterFebruary 12, 2017
Holland, who had a hit a few years back with the HBO Europe spy series set during the Cold War, Burning Bush, is a mistress of spare, elegant shots that show just enough to advance the story.VarietyFebruary 12, 2017
The movie is murky and disjointed, held together not so much by what happens as by a vague atmosphere of obsession.Eye for FilmAugust 03, 2017
It has the ungainly but attractive ambience of an old fairy tale being passed down through the generations, becoming more and more embellished on each retellingGraffiti With PunctuationJune 13, 2017
As the film progresses though you begin to get the feeling that you're being manipulated by the way that Duszejko views the world. One begins to ask what aren't you seeing?Concrete PlaygroundMarch 13, 2017
Moody and sometimes amusing... flits between mystery, thriller, black comedy and even fairy tale elements.The Film StageFebruary 13, 2017
Nothing about it screams gross ineptitude, but the universal below-averageness proves grating.Screen InternationalFebruary 12, 2017
Spoor's narrative defies easy categorisation but invites considerable contemplation.GuardianFebruary 12, 2017
The film is watchable in its quirky and wayward way, with some funny moments - though shallower than it thinks.
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