Steve Cochran plays a man who has just been released from prison after serving a sentence for a murder. He meets a nightclub dancer, Catherine (Ruth Roman), but they are soon in trouble when her boyfriend is shot after an argument. They run away, but will their past catch up with them?
I really liked the beginning of the film, with the scenes of the man released out into a world he last saw as a young teenager, having to cope with being an adult in a, to him, very changed world.
Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska) is due to take her vows to join the convent at which she has lived since infancy, but is told that before doing so she must visit her only living relative, her aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza), a woman she has never met before. Anna learns things about her past and family she had never known, and she and Wanda both go on a journey which may change their lives forever.
An unusual film, a lot wasn't said…
Dear Mr. Tarantino,
I rather enjoyed your film, but that's because I had been warned that it was much too long, gratuitously violent, and that the n-word was used everywhere it could be and then some. The story was a great adventure, I was never going to drop off in the middle of it even though it would have been less flabby if you had trimmed ¾ of an hour off it. I'm not sure that your film is the…