There are no genuinely thoughtful characters in “11 Minutes,” another thriller coordinated by Polish New Wave expert Jerzy Skolimowski (“Deep End,” “Key Killing”). Try not to try and attempt to recollect these individuals by name; this isn’t somewhat motion picture.
Simply watch “11 Minutes” like you’re channel-surfing, just you don’t have the remote and the thunder of static between stations is relentlessly becoming louder as the channels switch forward and backward, quicker and speedier. There’s the sausage merchant (Andrzej Chyra) who indecently plays with any lady who passes his truck.
What’s more, the youthful on-screen character (Paulina Chapko) who submits to an unpleasant tryout with a little time wannabe maker (Richard Dormer).