Oh, Charlie (Och, Karol 2)

Director: Piotr Weresniak, Screenplay: Ilona Lepkowska  and Piotr Wereśniak, Producers: MTL Maxfilm, Country: Poland, Language: Polish, 87′, 2011, Rights: World (Format rights available) 

A remake of a 1985 film, screenplays written by the same main author Ilona Łepkowska. The main character of Oh, Charlie is a man whose life is coloured by numerous romances. Charlie played by Piotr Adamczyk (The Name of the Rose, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope) is a charming womanizer fully aware of his assets. He knows what impression he makes on the fair sex and eagerly takes advantage of it.

A steady relationship doesn’t prevent him from flirting with any other attractive woman who comes his way. The relationships
are the starting point for many outrageous situations which Charlie faces. Professional success, a comfortable life and success
with women – isn’t this many a man’s ultimate dream? However, the situation is suddenly getting out of control.

When four women, Charlie is simultaneously having affairs with, find out, trouble ensues. The situation seems to be
hopeless – Charlie finds it hard to give up any of his romances! However, the ideal solution to this dire situation is trivially simple.
All of Charlie’s girlfriends simply move into his house! But, Charlie finds himself outnumbered.

The story of a man who faces female revenge (or perhaps the desire to make his life easier and his dreams come true?)
which brings him to the edge of a nervous breakdown. This comedy keeps amusing viewers of all ages and of all cultural
backgrounds as amorous relations are a universal theme and an excellent source of funny situations.


Piotr Adamczyk as Charlie
Malgorzata Socha
Marta Zmuda Trzebiatowska
Katarzyna Zielinska
Malgorzata Foremniak
Katarzyna Glinka
Jan Frycz
Anna Mucha