The Best Polish 30′ – part II

We have the pleasure of inviting you to a screening of the best Polish short films!

What can you do in 30 minutes? You can read a newspaper, do shopping, cook dinner, run 5 km… And sometimes 30 minutes is enough to tell an amazing story that will stay with you forever! We invite you for a unique journey with the best Polish short films. There will be plenty of excitement, laughter and reasons to be moved. And certainly everyone will find something for themselves!

The Best Polish 30′ – part II

April 27th, 2018, 8 PM
Kino Forum, 5 Legionowa Street
tickets: 14 PLN – at the Forum Cinema’s box office and on
films with English subtitles

The screening will feature:

Me and My Father
Edward – Dawid’s father, as a Master Mariner was able to see his son only few days every year. Now Dawid has his own family and he decides to take care of his father who has Alzheimer’s disease. Even though there is time now for them both to improve their relation the illness makes it impossible. Every day Edward has less and less memories that are so valuable for Dawid to fill the gaps from his past. How much of his present life Dawid will be able to sacrifice to gain from his father’s past and spend the last moments with him and his vanishing consciousness?

My Name Is Julita
“My name is Julita, I’m thirty years old, eleven years ago my closest family was murdered”. The eponymous protagonist, Julita (Marta Ścisłowicz), makes an attempt to join a programme for prison mediators. That is how she finds a way to tell her story in a women’s prison, even though she knows that her mother (Aleksandra Konieczna), who does not want to stay in touch with her, was placed there.

The Play-Off
Zyga, who is thirty-eight and lives not far from Warsaw, attempts to explain the rules governing the world to his son, Witek. Not that he himself always sticks to them, a fact that hasn’t escaped his quick-witted offspring’s notice.

Close Ties
Forty five years of marriage is an impressive anniversary. Barbara and Zdzisław could be proud of themselves if not for the fact that the husband left the wife for his lover eight years ago. But now they are together again, although Barbara claims that if it were not for his infirm legs, Zdzisław would still be chasing skirts around Kraków. Despite the past resentment, everyday problems with paying bills, an occupied bathroom and rearranging furniture, they have a hard to define bond.



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