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English-language Polish spy film premieres in Warsaw

05.11.2019 17:15
"The Coldest Game," an English-language Polish spy film set in the 1960s, had its premiere in Warsaw on Monday.
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American actor Bill Pullman at the premiere of The Coldest Game in Warsaw on Monday.
American actor Bill Pullman at the premiere of "The Coldest Game" in Warsaw on Monday.Photo: Radio Poland

Well-known American actor Bill Pullman and Dutch actress Lotte Verbeek were joined by Poland’s Robert Więckiewicz at a red carpet event in the Polish capital on Monday evening.

Asked about the filming experience, Pullman told Radio Poland's Agnieszka Łaszczuk in an exclusive interview that "the Polish style of making movies is very similar to the US style."

Radio Poland reporter Agnieszka Łaszczuk rubbing elbows with movie stars in the Polish capital on Monday evening. Radio Poland reporter Agnieszka Łaszczuk rubbing elbows with movie stars in the Polish capital on Monday evening.

Meanwhile, Verbeek spoke about the challenges she faced while playing the character of a CIA agent in the movie.

"The position of women was very different in the ‘60s," Verbeek said, adding that viewers "don't see the motivations” her character “has for doing what she does" on screen.