Pitbull (2021). Pitbull: Directed by Patryk Vega. With Andrzej Grabowski, Przemyslaw Bluszcz, Jan Blachowicz, Tomasz Dedek. When an explosive plant at a gas station kills a police sapper, the chief police officer assigns Gebels from the homicide unit to the case. The investigation leads him to the trail of a criminal from the armed arm of the Pershing group – a bomb maker and kidnapper, behind dozens of attacks in Poland and over a hundred kidnappings across the country. The confrontation between the bandit and the dog turns into a regular war. Years have passed since these events. The son of Gebels, known from the series, Jarek, who is a computer science student at the Polytechnic University, together with his friends finds a risky way to earn a quick income and, using his knowledge, starts breaking into the villas of rich people. Bad luck wants him to choose the wrong house one night, and Gebels faces a hopeless situation in which he has to put his own child in prison. Could be a policeman who arrests a criminal. Or a father who will save the child.
“I went to view this at the Castleford Cineworld in Yorkshire, England ,UK.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOn entry there was a fair amount of eastern Europeans and Polish entering the viewing and I can I certainly see why… The film was well scripted throughout with interesting deep characters. This flow of the film was good and it became more and more engaging throughout.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe acting was effortless and the characters were totally believable. The film gets better as it develops, it can be a little dark and solemn in parts but there is some small witty bits of humour. It has everything you want from a gangster film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe cinematography is also well produced.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eHighly recommended, Iu0026#39;d love to see a second film.”