Juliusz Machulski

Poland, 1983


Hibernated Max and Albert wake up after 50 years – after the nuclear war – in an underground, technology-rich society, consisting only of women. Our protagonists are archaeological objects but they pose an erotic threat to the world where males became useless thanks to parthenogenesis. As their only choice is: change sex or die, Albert and Max decide to run away.


Juliusz Machulski

A film director, screenplay writer and film producer, initially also an actor (born in 1961). In the years 1973-74, he studied Polish philology at the University of Warsaw. In the years 1984-1985 he studied at Cal-Arts in California. In 1988 he founded and became an art director of “Zebra” film studio. In 1993 he was a lecturer of film directing in Hunter College in New York. In the years 1989-91 a member of the Polish Cinema Committee. A member of the Executive Board of the Association of Polish Filmmakers. A member of the Polish Film Academy. A member of the European Film Academy (EFA). In the years 2005-2008 and in the years 2011-2014 a member of the Polish Institute of the Film Art.


  • Vabank (1981)
  • Sexmission (1983)
  • Vabank II, czyli riposta (1984)
  • Kingsajz (1987)
  • Deja vu (1990)
  • V.I.P. (1991)
  • Szwadron (1992)
  • Girl Guide (1995)
  • Kiler (The Hitman) (1997)
  • Kiler-ów 2-óch (Two Killers) (1999)
  • Pieniądze to nie wszystko (2001)
  • Superprodukcja (2003)
  • Vinci (2004)
  • Ile waży koń trojański? (2008)
  • Kołysanka (2010)
  • AmbaSSada (2013)


Director: Juliusz Machulski

Writing credits: Juliusz Machulski

Art Direction: Jerzy Lukaszewicz

Editing: Miroslawa Garlicka

Music: Henryk Kuzniak

Duration : 116’

Color: Colour

Cast: Jerzy Stuhr, Olgierd Lukaszewicz, Bozena Stryjkowna, Hanna Stankowna, Beata Tyszkiewicz, Wieslaw Michnikowski, Hanna Mikuc


Juliusz Machulski, Hitman, Warszawa 2012, pp. 205-206

Malgorzata Dipont, Trzymajcie sie chlopaki, Zycie Warszawy 1984, no. 122



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