Comedy: Fredek, a young engineer, decides to destroy his new invention, the video phone, after he sees his love in the hands of another man. Fredek`s friends try to keep his mind off of the girl, and open up a store, which features the videophone. Komedia: Mlody inzynier Fredek, wynalazca telefonu z wizjerem, postanawia zniszczyc aparat po ujrzeniu w nim swej ukochanej Irmy w czulej pozie z obcym mezczyzna. Przyjaciele odwodza Fredka od tej mysli i otwieraja sklep, w ktorym prezentuja wynalazek. Wkrotce wyjasnia sie, ze mezczyzna, ktorego inzynier widzial w telefonowizjerze, jest bratem jego ukochanej. Wszystko konczy sie dobrze, Fredek zarecza sie z Irma, a swoj wynalazek oddaje w sluzbe nauki. Jedna z najslabszych komedii. Nieporadna rezyseria debiutujacego Zbigniewa Ziembinskiego sprawila, ze film, majac w zalozeniu szlachetna intencje pietnujaca powszechna oblude i zaklamanie, stal sie, jak pisal Antoni Slonimski, mogila nieznanego rezysera i wytworni Varsavia-Film, ktora niechlubnie zakonczyla swoja dzialalnosc.
About the Director
Zbigniew Ziembinski - Born:March 17, 1908 in Wieliczka, Galicia, Austria-Hungary (now Poland) Died: October 18, 1978 (age 70) in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. After graduating from high school in Wieliczka studied literature at the Jagiellonian University. Straight from the university went immediately to the scene. In the years 1927 to 1929 he performed on the stage of Theatre of Krakow. Slovak. Then he played and directed in T. Town in Vilnius. In 1929, he passed before the Commission ZASP-in test director to give the right of unions as the youngest director in Poland. In the 30's, played and directed at theaters in Warsaw. Episodes he played in films, he also tried without success directing films. Since 1936, he taught the art of acting at the Faculty of Directing in Warsaw, collaborated with the Polish Radio. Since 1933 Member of the Board ZASP. In September 1939 he found himself in Romania where, together with Irene Eichlerown and other actors, organized in Bucharest, Warsaw Theatre Artists Group. This team has performed in Paris, and also toured with the program clusters Polonia in France. After France capitulation Ziembinski traveled to Brazil, where they originally appeared in productions of Polish, and from 1941 he began working as a theater director and actor in Brazil. He was an actor and director in various bands, mainly in Rio de Janeiro. Visited Poland from 1963 to 1964, he directed at the Stary Theatre in Krakow and Warsaw T. Contemporary. After returning to Rio de Janeiro, he worked mainly in television. In Brazil, celebrated anniversaries. He was an educator of new generations of actors, directors and designers in Brazil, practiced painting and drawing. In the theater, entered the Polish successes 30s, later gained fame as the father of Brazilian theater. Father of actor Christopher Ziembinski.