Botoks

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Botoks
Botoks, 2017 film.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Patryk Vega
Written by Patryk Vega
Starring Olga Bołądź
Agnieszka Dygant
Katarzyna Warnke
Marieta Żukowska
Cinematography Mirosław Brożek
Krzysztof Mieszkowski
Edited by Tomasz Widarski
Production
company
Vega Investments
Distributed by Kino Świat
Release date
  • 29 September 2017 (2017-09-29)
Running time
135 minutes
Country Poland
Language Polish

Botoks is a 2017 Polish thriller film directed by Patryk Vega. It stars Olga Bołądź, Agnieszka Dygant, Katarzyna Warnke and Marieta Żukowska. It was shot in Warsaw, Paris, Copenhagen and Kenya. [1] The title literally means "botox" in Polish.

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The film had the second best opening for a Polish film in 30 years (after Vega's previous film Pitbull: Dangerous women), with 711,906 admissions in its opening weekend in Poland.[2] It totaled 2.31 million admissions (with average admission cost at €4.2) in 2017, the second highest of the year in Poland after Letters to Santa 3.[3] In the United Kingdom, it was the third highest-grossing foreign-language film of 2017, as well as the most successful Polish film of all time in the UK, earning £1.06 million at the box office.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Botoks film success is Poles apart from its media attention". The Times. Retrieved 3 November 2017. 
  2. ^ "Botox Tops Polish Box Office". Film New Europe. 3 October 2017. 
  3. ^ Grynienko, Katarzyna (1 February 2018). "FNE Country Report 2017: POLAND". Film New Europe. 
  4. ^ Gilbey, Ryan (3 May 2018). "Why Polish gangster films 'on steroids' are making it big at the British box office". The Guardian. 

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