[Poland] : Telwizja Kino Polska : SPI International, 
Video — 4 videodiscs (291 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (24 p. : ill. ; 18 cm)
Rysopis = Identification marks: none / scenariusz i reżyseria, Jerzy Skolimowski (b&w, 70 min.)
Walkower = Walkover / Syrena przedstawia ; produkcji, Jerzy Nitecki ; scenariusz i reżyseria, Jerzy Skolimowski (b&w, 70 min.)
Bariera = Barrier / Zespól Realizatorów Filmowych Kamera przedstawia ; scenariusz i reżyseria, Jerzy Skolimowski ; produkcji, Stanisław Zylewicz, Ryszard Straszewski (b&w, 76 min.)
Ręce do góry = Hands up!/ scenariusz, Jerzy Skolimowski, Andrzej Kostenko ; produkcja, Jerzy Nitecki, Tadeusz Karwański (b&w and col., 75 min.).
The first of Skolimowski's semi-autobiographical Andrzej Leszczyc films. Rysopis revolves around a day in the life of Andrzej Leszczyc. His dog has been bitten by a rabid dog, his mistress is discontented, the conscription board has finally caught up with him and because he's dropped out of the university, he's going to do two years in the navy.
In Walkower, Andrzej Leszczyc is now a 30 yr.-old amateur boxer who makes a scant living as a prizefighter. A former college buddy helps the fighter get an engineering job. When he learns that his factory has a boxing team, he eagerly signs up. During a major fight he wins because his opponent never shows up. Later the other fighter shows up demanding part of the money because he was told to throw the fight. They end up in a fight and the older fighter is badly beaten.
Bariera concerns a newly graduated medical student in his pursuit of an unattainable woman. He follows her through the streets of 60s Poland where spontaneous dance parties and candle-light rituals erupt.
In Ręce do góry, a group of former medical students (including Leszczyc) meet at a reunion. The five confront the past during a trip to visit a missing classmate. The film begins with a sci-fi motif: abstract images and electronic music takes the viewer from ruins of Lebanon to London street scenes, and has a later framing story about the stop-and-start production of the film.