A commercial for the Polish vodka Wyborowa that amazes mainly because of the fact that one is so used to mega-budgets in this product group. And this cheeky commercial has the look of something dragged out of a film editor's garbage pail. It consists of scratchy black and white images and supers that appear in and out of focus. The supers are the bogus quotes, "The three most important inventions of the 19th (sic) century are blues, cubism and Polish vodka. - Pablo Picasso," "Shaken, not stirred. And please use Polish vodka. -James Bond," and "There is a lot of good in this country. -Lech Walesa."