“Girls from Dubai” on VOD Canal +

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Beautiful women, trips on luxury yachts and crazy fun with the most expensive champagne. For many years, it has been said that young Polish women, celebrities and models go to foreign resorts to earn money by entertaining and accompanying rich men. The film is inspired by the events described in Piotr Krysiak’s book “Dubai Girls”.

– I felt the theme of the film here. For some business reasons, because I saw how much Poland was interested in this topic, but also for missionary reasons.

he says Dorota Rabczewska “Doda”.

Doda stressed that the main goal is for women to reflect on their lives.

The photo tells the story of a young, ambitious girl named Amy (played by Paulina Gazka) who has been dreaming of a career in the big world for years. Therefore, when the opportunity arises, she decides to become an exclusive escort girl without hesitation. Soon, at the invitation of Arab sheikhs, she began to hire Polish women – celebrities, screen stars and models. However, this inaccessible, luxurious world soon reveals its dark side.

– “Dubai Girls” aroused great emotions before the start of filming, which eventually turned into the great popularity of the film and its great results. During the premiere weekend, the production attracted about 280,000 spectators, which was the best movie opening of the year. For six weeks, “Dubai Girls” remained at the top of the box office – four of them in first place – and finally closed the year with more than a million viewers after a little over a month of broadcasting. Thus, “Dubai Girls” became the most popular Polish film of 2021 and the third most watched film, and was replaced only by the long-awaited last part of James Bond’s adventures “Do not give time to die” and the famous “dune”. – we read in the issue (information from Canal + Polska).

According to the broadcaster, the photos taken both in the luxury of Poland and in prestigious international venues add unprecedented momentum and realism. Its director is Maria Sadovskaya, the author of Sztuka kochania. “The Story of Michalina Wisłocka” tells the story of Dr. Michalina Wisłocka. The producers of “Dubai Girls” are Dorota Rabczewska “Doda” and Emil Stępień, screenwriters Lucas Coleman, Mitja Okorn, Piotr Stanisław, Jan Belci and Max Turell, and cameraman Arthur Reinhart. Along with others in the roles: Paulina Gałązka, Olga Kalicka, Anna Karczmarczyk, Alexandra Justa, Dominika Skoczylas, Agata Nizinska, Katarzyna Sawczuk, Katarzyna Figura, Beata Ścibakówna, Jan Englert, Josephio Precio, Josephio Pavio.

Let’s add that the film “Dubai Girls” was shown in cinemas on Friday, November 26, 2021 (more details here).

Please note that Polish films broadcast on television can be found on the weekend list satkurier.pl: “Guide to Polish movies on PL TV”section “TV station offers” (more details here).

Dorota Rabczewska “Doda” in the clip of the song “Don’t wanna hide”, commercial for the movie “Girls from Dubai”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Olga Kalichka
Olga Kalichka in a poster promoting the screening of “Dubai Girls”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Katarzyna Sawczuk
Katarzyna Sawczuk in a poster promoting the screening of “Girls in Dubai”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Paulina Qałązka
Paulina Gazka in a poster promoting the screening of “Dubai Girls”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Giulio Berruti and Paulina Gałązka
Giulio Berruti and Paulina Gazka in a poster promoting the film screening of “Dubai Girls”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Katarzyna Sawczuk, Olga Kalicka, Giulio Berruti and Paulina Gałązka
Katarzyna Sawczuk, Olga Kalicka, Giulio Berruti and Paulina Gałązka in a poster promoting the film screening of “Girls in Dubai”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Poster promoting the screening of “Dubai Girls”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat
Giulio Berruti
Giulio Berruti in a poster promoting the screening of “Girls in Dubai”, photo: Ent One Studios Ltd./Kino Świat

“Dubai Girls” – broadcast on Canal + Online.

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