The film tells the story of the inhabitants of an unusual apartment building in Silesia, near the Polish-German border: Rose, a beautiful Jewish woman, and the three men enchanted with her – a Pole, a Silesian, and a young German. Two more characters are part of their world: a journalist and bon vivant, Sobański, Rose’s secret crush, recently arrived from Warsaw and Jan, a friend of the household. The film is in two parts. The first set in the summer of 1939, is a comedy-drama about the colorful fate of the three admirers, Rufina, Harald, and Tomasz. The first part ends dramatically during the war. Rose turns to her admirers for help, and they all refuse. The second part of the film takes place in the 1950s and tells the story of how the surviving residents of the apartment building struggle with the new and unfamiliar socialist reality.
Born in 1963 in Zabrze. Director and screenwriter. Graduated from the Architecture Department of the Silesian Polytechnic and from the Radio and TV School of Silesian University in Directing, where he is a lecturer. Member of the artistic board of the “30 minutes” program. An artistic supervisor of several dozen short feature films. Expert of the Polish Film Institute.
2016 Happiness of the World (Szczęście świata)
2016 Bodo – TV series
2008-13 Time of Honor (Czas honoru) – TV series
2008 Scratch (Rysa)
2006 What the Sun has Seen (Co słonko widziało)
2002-10 Just Life (Samo życie) – TV series
2001 Silence (Cisza)
1997 Paint (Farba)
1993 Hot Thursday (Gorący czwartek)
AMC ROSEMONT 18
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SUNDAY, 11/12/2017 4:00 pm
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THURSDAY, 11/16/2017 7:00 pm.
(1112 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 at 9:00 pm.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 at 8:00 pm.
2016, 98 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles
MARCIN KOSZAŁKA PSC
Karolina Gruszka (Rose), Dariusz Chojnacki(Rufin), Mateusz Lickindorf (Harald – young), Grzegorz Palkowski (Harald), Krzysztof Stroiński (Tomasz), Agata Kulesza (Gertruda), Dorota Segda (Klara), Barbara Lubos (Helenka), Tomasz Borkowski (Sobański), Przemysław Bluszcz (Jan), Andrzej Konopka (Konrad), Marcin Perchuć (Janusz)