Director: Pawel Borowski

110 minutes| Poland| 2009| 35mm

A single day in the life of a big, unnamed Polish city unfolds through stories of more than twenty characters, all of them interrelated but rarely acquainted with each other. Pawel Borowski’s remarkable first film won over numerous audiences at international film festivals. Its view of an atomised and deeply alienated Polish society is poignant without being hysterical and marks the arrival of a major directorial talent. Pawel Borowski will attend the screening.

Shown with Zbigniew Rybczynski’s short animation Tango, 1982, the only Polish film to have won an Oscar.

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