Kiler-ów 2-óch

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Kilerów 2-óch
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Directed by Juliusz Machulski
Written by Juliusz Machulski, Ryszard Zatorski
Starring Cezary Pazura
Małgorzata Kożuchowska
Jerzy Stuhr
Janusz Rewiński
Katarzyna Figura
Marek Kondrat
Jolanta Fraszyńska
Jan Englert
Music by Elektryczne Gitary
Kuba Sienkiewicz
Release date
8 January 1999
Running time
127 minutes
Country Poland
Language Polish

Kilerów 2-óch (Two Kilers) is a continuation of Kiler movie, directed in 1997. The film premiered 8 January 1999 in Poland and like the first part it has received financial and critical success.


The time flies and Jurek Kiler has already forgotten the fact that he used to work as a taxi driver and that he was suspected of series of murders. He is now a public person, and together with his girlfriend Ewa runs a foundation that successfully raises money from all over the world. He is now a man of a great renown as he injects a substantial sums of money into various public institutions. However, the idyllic life becomes thwarted when two murderers who do their time - Siara and Lipski - do everything to blow him away. One time they hire a world-famous Polish murderer called Szakal, other time a Cuban hireling alleged Kiler’s double who, after many attempts, fail to carry out their "responsibilities". The situation becomes even more perplexed when Lipski obtains a pass for his daughter’s wedding and gets to know that his daughter Dona falls in love with Kiler whom she wants to marry ...

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Awards and nominations[edit]

  • In 2000, the movie was nominated for the ORZEŁ (Polish Academy Award) for the best achievement in sound editing (Marek Wronko) and the best achievement in editing (Jadwiga Zajicek).


  • Siara’s (Janusz Rewiński) villa in the suburbs of Warsaw is exactly the same building as the residency of Edward Nowak (Janusz Rewiński) in the Polish serial “Tygrysy Europy”.
  • When two Young Wolves are coming into Kiler’s flat one can see a movie “Szwadron” that has been directed by Juliusz Machulski .
  • In the scene at the airport Juliusz Machulski is holding a plate where is written “Barry Sonnenfeld” – which is a real name of a movie director that was supposed to make an American version of “Kiler”.


  • One can spot a video camera operator in Aldona’s glasses.
  • When Morales drives up outside Kiler’s block of flats he parks his hummer next to a van, whereas when Kiler comes down the car is parked farther.


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