Film screenings: Lodz Film School: narrative [PL, ENG]
- “Me voy”, dir. Sara Bustamante-Drozdek, 2019, 27′
Klara (23) and Adrian (25) are a couple. They spend their free time taking care of their dog and watching a 90s TV series, which action takes place in a fictional paradise. The pompous and luxurious life of the protagonists is also a space where they can freely express their emotions and feelings. For Klara, an unattainable model to which she subconsciously strives. When Adrian proposes to her in unusual circumstances, the girl doesn’t know how to deal with it. Inspired by the action of the TV series, she tries to end the relationship in various, absurd ways.
- “The Turtle Cave”, dir. Klaudia Folga, 2019, 21′
The story moves us back to Hania’s childhood. The girl especially recalls the figure of her mother, who was always dragging her into her problems. Hania tries to escape the sense of guilt by closing her eyes. She tries to disappear.
- “Being Andrew”, dir. Michał Edelman, 2019, 18’
Marek, a thirty-year-old introvert IT specialist, tries to find himself in the social life of his younger girlfriend Julka. After a nighttime fight they split, as Marek walks across a street, a car hits him…
- “Fading Snow”, dir. Anna Morawiec, 2020, 29’
When a heart breaks, the gap spreads along the weakest parts of the world. “Fading Snow” presents one night from the life of 35-year-old Mania who leaves her place – the theatre – and sets off to find her way back home in a broken city of Warsaw. There is only what you can see.