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“FAMILY MATTERS” – Family short dramas from the Warsaw Film School.
Techno dir. Tadeusz Łysiak, Fabuła, Poland 2017, 24?
Polish province. Sixty-year-old Ryszard (Leszek Abrahamowicz) runs a farm alone and looks after his wife Joanna (Danuta Stenka), who is increasingly falling into Alzheimer’s oblivion. A man breaks out of bitter everyday life with a beautiful and young Sonia, a girl with a smile and a figure of Michalina Olszańska.
Wiki dir Veronica Andersson, Plot, Poland 2018, 29?
Wiki (Kamila Kobic) is an autistic and interesting young girl who, after her grandmother’s death, has to face a difficult reality, living with her alcoholic mother. Fortunately, she meets Mateusz (Adam Bobik) – a big fan of Warsaw city buses – who brings joy back to her life.
Family dir Patrycja Widłak, Documentary, Poland 2018, 27?
The Polish-Nigerian marriage experiences the first weeks after the birth of the child. More problems arise: communication between two people, mother’s psychotropic drugs, and breastfeeding. One can even get the impression that a woman and a man are raising a child separately, each in its own way, corresponding to the adopted cultural norms or simply differences in character.
Daughter dir Mara Tamkovich, Fabuła, Poland 2018, 25?
What can a father do when his beloved teenage daughter has been hurt so badly by someone that he finds her in the bathroom, unconscious in blood? What can it do if the system fails, even gets in the way of justice and accuses it where it should? A film with very simple means made with a social and realistic eagerness, extremely current in the context of the #MeToo campaign and public debate on women’s rights.