Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Nowak (Andrzej Lapicki) is a successful writer on a promotional tour hawking his new book. Although he is at the height of his career, Nowak constantly remembers his affair with a woman from two decades ago and can't get her out of his mind. He gets involved with a scheme to smuggle a priceless painting but falls for the beautiful government agent Ewa (Beata Tyszkiewicz) whose mission is to retrieve the stolen masterpiece. They have a brief love affair, but Nowak is compelled decades later to look up the woman he fondly remembers. Lapicki's film persona for this feature resembles a trench-coat clad Humphrey Bogart.
agent [representative], artist, extramarital-affair, love, smuggling, writing