Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
One question that arose when Poland changed from its communist form of government to a more open model was what to do with its thousands of secret policemen. Clearly, some of them couldn't be integrated into the regular police force, and some of them could. In this police thriller, Olo (Marek Kondrat) is a former secret policeman who has joined an illegal drug cartel, and he soon comes into conflict with one of the men newly integrated into the regular police force. Despite his being a "regular" policeman, Franz (Boguslaw Linda) refuses to play by the book, and uses many of his old techniques and contacts to track down whoever is killing so many of his new colleagues.
amorality, arrest, bad-guy, bumbler, Communism, corruption, criminal, democracy, drugs, friendship, gangster, good-guy, killing, massacre, physical-abuse, politician, secret-police, smuggling, suspect, transition