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|Angel in Love |
Actor: Krzysztof Globisz; Anna Radwan; Jerzy Trela; Janusz Gajos
Director: Artur Wiecek "Baron"
Genres: Indie & Art House, Comedy, Drama, Special Interests
In this sequel to the popular comedy An Angel in Krakow, Giordano the Angel is bound by his earthly responsibilities and cannot return to heaven. He contemplates becoming human, but he is reluctant to be completely on his ... more »
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A charming, modern-day fairy tale
Richard J. Brzostek | New England, USA | 02/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Giordano, our hero from "Angel in Krakow," is back in "Angel in Love." You are not to be disappointed with this sequel, as I believe it is better than the first part. This comedy has many funny scenes and a few touching ones that made me cry.
Our Giordano is cut loose from being an angel by his supervisors in heaven. However, they help him along the way seeing to it that the kid he is caring for gets a nanny and even help him fall in love. The transitions from angel to human gets Giordano into many funny situations, including him trying to win the heart of a woman, as he is totally new to romance.
"Angel in Love" is a charming, modern-day fairy tale. If you did not see the first part, don't worry, because this film will make sense on its own. At any rate, if you're looking for an upbeat, romantic-type of comedy, look no further.
A Delightful "Angel" Story
Gerard D. Launay | Berkeley, California | 03/07/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a charming romantic comedy - sweet, wonderful, and even a little spicy. Giordano is an angel who is taking care of an orphan. The staff in Heaven decides it is time for STAGE TWO, and cut off all his angel powers. Since this happens to Giordano without notice, he suffers a complete nervous breakdown and is sent to a mental ward in Warsaw. Saved by a friend, he struggles with his new identity and then falls in love with his therapist. Luckily, the staff at HEAVEN ONE is cooperative and
smoothes his road to love. The cast is just perfect for this kind of comedy. A neat film."