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Cert 12A
100 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent strong language

Here's the first hiccup of everyfilm in 2020. This week I shall miss the Malayalam movie Driving Licence because the Piccadilly Cinema in Leicester says it hasn't got subtitles.
It is only on a very limited release so I am hoping that it may find its way on to Amazon Prime.
Anyway, after every setback comes an opportunity, so I made a rare visit to the independent Savoy Cinema in Nottingham for the city's only screening of Polish film 1800 Gramów which turns out to mean 1,800 grams.
According to the last census in 2011, Polish people make up two per cent of Nottingham's population, so no surprise that screen 3 was busy with folk who seemed to know each other.
I sat on my own at the front just in case I was entertained in conversation. After all, I would have been lost after Dzień dobry!
I digress.
Marcin Glowacki's movie stars Magdalena Rózczka as Ewa, the feisty head of an adoption centre in which babies stay until suitable parents are found.
Every child has a sad story including the girl born out of an affair and the baby of a schizophrenic who cannot look after her.
The staff at the centre give them the loving start which they would not have otherwise had but face their own problems with the impending sale of their building.
Meanwhile, Ewa, while compassionate at work and highly able in arguing the case of mothers who want to keep their children, struggles to give love to those nearest to her because of a difficult past.
Indeed, her needy brother (Wojciech Mecwaldowski - whose screen presence prompted much laughter from the audience) leans on her while her high-profile mother (Dorota Kolak) barely gives her the time of day.
However, she does have men fighting over her in the shape of a handsome lawyer (Maciej Zakoscielny) and a more rough and ready decorator (Piotr Glowacki).
After some pretty intense or quirky movies over the weekend, 1800 Gramów is an opportunity to give the brain a rest, while at the same time, it makes clear points about adoption and parenting.
Ewa faces many challenges but the twist can be seen a long time before she spots it.
Consequently, it was a relaxing if not especially memorable way of spending a couple of hours.

Reasons to watch: Good-hearted drama
Reasons to avoid: Doesn't grab as much as it might

Laughs: One from me - plenty from others in the audience
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6/10

Did you know? In a European Union briefing report of 2016, the three countries with the highest total numbers were the UK, Germany and Poland.

The final word. Magdalena Rózczka: "The film '1800 grams' is a very important project for me, in which I was involved from the very beginning. It is a script inspired by the real stories of children I met during a ten-year co-operation with the Intervention Pre-adoption Centre in Otwock." Kino Krakow

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