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A review and pictures of actress Ewa Krzyzewska naked in "Zazdrosc i medycyna".
Born: 1939 Country: Poland
Typically dark and deep Polish beauty, she abandoned her screen career just as it was at its peak.
Popiól i diament (Andrzej Wajda, Poland, 1958) (as Krystyna aged 19)
Rat (Veljko Bulajic, Yugoslavia, 1960) (as Maria aged 21)
Zaduszki (Tadeusz Konwicki, Poland, 1961) (as Wala aged 22)
Zuzanna i chlopcy (Stanislaw Mozdzenski, Poland, 1961) (as Zuzanna Wisniewska aged 22)
Zbrodniarz i panna (Janusz Nasfeter, Poland, 1963) (as Malgorzata Makowska aged 24)
Licze na wasze grzechy (Jerzy Zarzycki, Poland, 1964) (as Renata aged 25)
Zvony pre bosých (Stanislav Barabas, Czechoslovakia, 1965) (as Verona aged 26)
Faraon (Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Poland, 1966) (as Hebron - Tutmosis Girl aged 27)
Zejscie do piekla (Zbigniew Kuzminski, Poland, 1966) (as Linda aged 27)
Faust XX (Ion Popescu-Gopo, Romania, 1966) (as She-Devil Margueritte aged 27)
Sposób bycia (Jan Rybkowski, Poland, 1966) (as Mother aged 27)
Pieklo i niebo (Stanislaw Rózewicz, Poland, 1966) (as Devil Woman aged 27)
Lekarstwo na milosc (Jan Batory, Poland, 1966) (as Honorata aged 27)
Wieczór przedswiateczny (Helena Amiradzibi-Stawinska, Poland, 1966) (as Brunette aged 27)
Powrót na ziemie (Stanislaw Jedryka, Poland, 1967) (as Wanda aged 28)
Liebeserklärung an G.T. (Horst Seemann, East Germany, 1971) (as Gisa Tonius aged 32)
Dzieciol (Jerzy Gruza, Poland, 1971) (as Woman in Warsaw aged 32)
Okno zabite deskami (Janusz Majewski, Poland, 1971) (as Anna aged 32)
Akcja 'Brutus' (Jerzy Passendorfer, Poland, 1971) (as Anastazja aged 32)
Jak daleko stad, jak blisko (Tadeusz Konwicki, Poland, 1972) (as Zosia aged 33)
Das Geheimnis der Anden (Rudi Kurz, East Germany, 1972) (aged 33)
# Zazdrosc i medycyna (Janusz Majewski, Poland, 1973) (featuring Ewa Krzyzewska as Rebeka Widmarowa aged 34) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Mariusz Dmochowski, Andrzej Lapicki, Wlodzimierz Borunski, Boguslaw Sochnacki, Edmund Fetting, Grazyna Staniszewska, Andrzej Mrowiec, Krystyna Stankiewicz, Andrzej Rausz, Józef Rosinski, Danuta Rinn and Beata Nowicka
Atmospheric 'thirties-set Polish noir (cf. Sprawa Gorgonowej) about a hoggish businessman who suspects his glamorous wife Eva of an affair with her distinguished doctor. Rather he doesn't exactly suspect, he morbidly obsesses over the idea, illustrated when the doctor is invited home for after dinner drinks while Eva plays a gentle melody on the piano. I wonder if the doctor saw it as well? Or is that just crazy talk?
When someone has the sort of intimate relationship a doctor does with one's wife it's all to easy easy to suspect him of impropriety. Starting with a little excessive 'rummage' during a home visit maybe? It would be hard to blame him when Eva exposes her abdomen for examination in such a breathtakingly direct way. So yes it turns out she'll need an operation. And yes there are some minor complications - blood spattered everywhere and all that (looking ahead to Sprawa Gorgonowej with its butchered piano-playing daughter it's easy to see where the director's obsessions lie). But the patient pulls through for the third act.
Our man hires a private detective to catch Eva in flagrante with the doctor. Weirdly he chooses a decrepit tailor. Perhaps a hidden part of him doesn't want to know the truth? That's the only way there's going to be a happy ending.
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