”Mountain Rescue Team” Nominated for the Golden Nymph Prizes in Monte-Carlo

"Mountain Rescue Team" - the TVP1 series directed by Marcin Wrona has been nominated for the prestigious Golden Nymph Prize in four categories of the forthcoming Monte-Carlo TV Festival. Natalia Rybicka and Dorota Landowska got nominated in the Best Actress category, Tomasz Schuchardt and Przemysław Bluszcz - in the Best Actor category, while the producers were distinguished in the Best International and the Best European Producer categories. The 51st edition of the Monte - Carlo TV Festival will take place between June 6 - 10, 2011.

"Mountain Rescue Team" presents the spectacular actions, bravery and impressive skills of the rescuers, and beauty of the high mountains, intermingling them with the sensational intrigue. The contemporary characters counterbalance here the eternal struggle of a man with nature and with his own limitations. Staszek (Tomasz Schuchardt), a son of the highly respected leader of the local rescue team - Jan Tarnowski (Bogusław Linda), is forced to return to his home town Zakopane, where he faces a choice whether to join the rescue team or to follow a different path...

Among the other nominees are the new seasons of the "Mad Men", "Lost" and "Dexter" as well as "Misfits" (UK), "The Slave Hunters" (South Korea), "Cell H51" (France), "Rookie Blue" (Canada), "East West 101" (Australia), "Government" (Denmark), "The Borgias" (Ireland), etc.

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