Marta Karwowska about TRIPLE TROUBLE

“The golden rule of children’s cinema: get rid of the adults”

Creeping footsteps in the museum garden, skilful fingers fumbling on the frame of a painting… Not just any painting, but a masterpiece by Monet. The next day it turns out the painting has been stolen and Julka and Olek start their investigation. Since Julka’s aunt is falsely accused of theft, the duo quickly needs to reveal the true identity of the thief. They get unsolicited help from Felka, though with her comes trouble, jealousy and rivalry.


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