ALL THAT I LOVE (Wszystko co kocham)
dir. Jacek Borcuch, Poland, 2009, 95 min.
Co-presented by: Polish Film Festival in America
Wednesday, August 29 at 6:30pm*
Claudia Cassidy Theater at the Chicago Cultural Center ● 78 E. Washington St., 2nd Floor North
Eighteen-year-old Janek is the leader of a punk band during Poland’s tumultuous early 1980s. Amidst martial law, midnight curfews, and imposing censorship, Janek must also contend with conflicts at home as well as his own sexual and political awakenings. Culminating with a spirited pro-Solidarity climax at the school dance, All That I Love is an absorbing coming-of-age drama, featuring charismatic performances, and an inspired tale of music, romance, and politics. Polish with subtitles. 95 min. *post-screening discussion
Please arrive early. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to theater capacity.
Film is unrated. Viewer discretion is advised.
DIRECTION: Jacek Borcuch
SCRIPT: Jacek Borcuch
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Michał Englert
ART-DIRECTION: Elwira Pluta
MUSIC: Daniel Bloom
EDITING: Agnieszka Glińska, Krzysztof Szpetmański
SOUND: Tomasz Dukszta, Zofia Gołębiowska, Bartłomiej Woźniak
PRODUCTION: Prasa i Film
PRODUCERS: Jan Dworak, Kamila Polit, Renata Czarnkowska-Listoń
Mateusz Kościukiewicz (Janek), Olga Frycz (Basia Martniak), Jakub Gierszał (Kazik), Andrezj Chyra (ojciec Janka), Anna Radwan (matka Janka), Katarzyna Herman (Sokołowska), Mateusz Banasiuk (Staszek), Igor Obloza (“Diabeł”)