Fear, anger, sadness, joy, disgust, envy, shame. Adaś Miauczyński goes back to his childhood days when, like most of us, he used to find it problematic to name the emotions that accompanied him. To improve the quality of his adult life, he decides to return to that time – which proves not so carefree after all – to learn how to experience the seven basic emotions.
A freaky radio speaker, a waiter with ambitions of conquering the world, a perfect bride in distress, a successful criminal novels writer, a husband and a wife in the journey of their lives, and a specials in animal behaviorism – they all get a panick attack. All the protagonists reach a situation that has only one solution…
Adam, who lives and works abroad, visits his family home in the Polish provinces on Christmas Eve.At first, he keeps the real reason for his visit to himself, but it isn’t long before he starts letting one relative after another in on his plans. His father, his brother, who he’s fallen out with, his sister and her husband all have a significant role to play in his scheme. Things get even more complicated when he announces that he’s going to be a father.
Two Mermaids - Silver and Gold - find themselves in the middle of the world of Warsaw dance parties of the ‘80s, vibrant with music, glittering with neon lights and sparkling sequins. They join the musicians of the Figs and Dates band and overnight become the sensation of the capital’s nightlife. Immersed in love and budding passions they forget their true nature for a while. But one single broken heart is enough for the situation to slip out of control...
Two Men and a Wardrobe
Roman Polanski’s school film with a unique score composed by Krzysztof Komeda. It tells a story about two men who come out of the sea lifting a wardrobe. They carry this piece of furniture through Sopot and meet various people on their way. Each person reacts differently: some with curiosity, some with impatience and hostility. A critically-acclaimed study of aggression and social alienation.
A Day like Today
Ania and her daughter Basia are on their way to a casting for a TV talent show. The mother doesn’t realise that the girl is acting strange until Basia runs from the stage in the middle of her performance. If Ania wants to notice and understand her daughter’s needs, first she must face her own low self-esteem.
A story about growing up. 14-year-old Ola takes care of the house, her father and disabled brother and maintains a good relationship with her mother who lives separately. Most importantly, though, she tries to piece her family back together. Living by the hope that one day she manages to persuade her mother to come back home, her 13-year-old brother Nikodem’s First Communion poses a good opportunity to do just that.
Bazyli – a young sports doctor and a jazzman after-hours – meets Pelagia at a music lounge. During the night they spend together, the two engage in a love game of smoke and mirrors. Their mutual fascination intensifies, and an innocent flirt quickly evolves into an erotic poker. The stakes are high: if the girl loses, she will give herself to Bazyli.