Made in 1964 as a graduate thesis for the National Film Academy in Lodz, IDENTIFICATION MARKS: NONE is the first feature from Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski (MOONLIGHTING). Skolimowski stars a student who studies fish at a university in an attempt to avoid the draft, though he
ultimately gives in and enlists. He is given only a few hours to organize his personal life before going off to basic training. Skolimowski returns to his apartment without speaking to his wife, finds his dog sick and has it put to sleep, tries to seduce a housewife, and then goes to the store
where his wife supposedly works, only to discover that his wife makes her money in a less respectable way. Heading for the train station, Skolimowski readies himself for two years of military service. This student attempt at existential profundity is an interesting debut for one of the most
significant Polish directors to emerge in the 1960s.
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