Karol Sidon is most well known for writing, and has 3 known credits, of which 3 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Karol Sidon’s movies you should definitely watch The Deserter and the Nomads (1968) Karol has worked on!
The best rated movie Karol Sidon has been a part of is the drama, war movie The Deserter and the Nomads, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating 6.7 on IMDb.
See You in Hell, Friends has a rating on 6.9 on IMDb . Karol Sidon worked on this drama movie as writing.
In Birds, Orphans and Fools Karol Sidon was worked as screenplay. This war, comedy, drama, fantasy movie has a rating on 7.2 on IMDb.
Karol Sidon is male.
Karol Sidon is most known for writing. Karol has worked on 3 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Deserter and the Nomads, which has a score of 0.0.
1968 . Drama, War . 1h 39m
Executive producer. An apocalyptic story of three wars in three film tales encompassing the end of the WWI,WWII, as well as a vision of the world destroyed by nuclear weapons. This film was honored at the film festivals in Venice and Sorrento. Immediately after that the copy with Italian subtitles was locked in a safe as evidence of the anti-communist activities of the director, who used real footage of the Soviet invasion.
1990 . Drama . 1h 13m
Executive producer. As a car full of an assortment of characters rolls down an embankment and bursts into flames, the old driver says "See You in Hell, Friends." The relations between the characters are shown in flashbacks. The pretty Rita and her fiancee Petras meet the old colonel, and come to live in his farmhouse. Rita marries the colonel as well as her fiancee, and has a daughter Christine. The colonel's supposed father shows up, and also makes amorous advances on Rita. They all live blissfully together until two holy women with axes arrive. The women start chopping down trees to build an ark. Rita starts having nightmares and Christine is crucified.
1969 . War, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy . 1h 18m
Executive producer. In the aftermath of war, two men and a woman begin acting more like children than adults, leading to tragedy.