Alicja Bachleda-Curuś (Zosia), Kinga Preis (Hala), Agata Buzek (Henrietta), Agnieszka Sitek (Ira), Henryk Boukołowski (dr Mroczek), Mariusz Bonaszewski (dr Lesiewski), Piotr Adamczyk (Sztyller)
In January 1918, three volunteer nurses came to the field hospital and Polish Corps located in the manor in Ciechinicze. Sophie, one of the nurses, finds her previously missing brother. When the hospital gets into the hands of the Bolsheviks, the sisters must cope not only with patient care, but also the brutality of the enemy soldiers.
Cinematographer, author of screenplays and film and television director. Born in 1930 in Nowy Sącz. Graduated from the cinematography department of the Łódź Film School in 1955. He started working in film in 1956 as assistant to cameraman Jerzy Lipman. He was a camera operator for Andrzej Wajda’s “Kanał” and Jerzy Kawalerowicz’s “Prawdziwy koniec wielkiej wojny”( Real End of the Great War). His name is linked to the films of “Polish school” directors Andrzej Wajda and Andrzej Munk. Wójcik was the cinematographer for several films by Andrzej Wajda as well as films by Kazimierz Kutz, Stanisław Różewicz, and Jerzy Kawalerowicz. In 1981-82 Jerzy Wójcik taught cinematography at the University of Silesia in Katowice. Since 1982 he has been teaching at the National Film School in Łódź. He has received some prestigious film industry awards, including the “Golden Camera 300” for his life achievement as a cinematographer at the International Cinematographers’ Film Festival in Bitola, Macedonia (1999), and the “Vitae Valor” award for life achievement at the third “Vitae Valor” Film Festival in Tarnów. Jerzy Wójcik’s star in the Avenue of the Stars in Piotrkowska Street in Łódź was unveiled in 2002.
FILMOGRAPHY as DIRECTOR
1999 The Gateway of Europe (Wrota Europy)
1991 The Complaint (Skarga)
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1999, 73 min, Poland
Polish, English with English subtitles
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