Irish Film Institute -CROWS



63 minutes, Poland, 1994, Subtitled, Colour, D-Cinema. TOTAL DURATION: 88 minutes

Ten-year-old Crow feels unloved and unwanted, ostracised by her peers and neglected at home. Roaming the streets one morning, she sees the briefly unattended three-year-old Maleńtswo, who she quickly decides to kidnap and run away with in order to have a playmate and a ‘daughter’ with whom to share her love in this touching film.

Showing with Palle Alone in the World (Astrid-Henning-Jensen, 25 minutes, Denmark, 1949), in which a young boy wakes up in a completely deserted Copenhagen and makes the city his playground. 

This film is screening as part of our season, Cinema of Childhood (April 12th – 20th). 

Show your ticket for Mark Cousins’ A Story of Children and Film to IFI Box Office staff to claim discounted concession rates for tickets to any Cinema of Childhood Season films in April: €6.90 (instead of €8.60)/IFI Members: €5.40 (instead of €6.90).

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