MugMarch 8, 2018
Jacek loves heavy metal and his dog. He converts the country lanes outside his door into a racing track and bombs down them in his little car. When he and his girlfriend Dagmara take to the dancefloor, everyone runs for cover. He enjoys his existance as a cool misfit in an otherwise stuffy environment, and keeps his muscles toned working on a building site close to the Polish-German border where the world’s largest statue of Jesus is being constructed. But then his life is thrown badly off course by a terrible accident at work that completely disfigures him. Eagerly followed by the Polish media, Jacek becomes the first person in the country to receive a face transplant. He may be celebrated as a national hero and martyr, but he no longer recognises himself in the mirror. Meanwhile, the statue of Jesus grows taller and taller. Whilst events around Jacek come thick and fast, the film never loses sight of the bigger picture and instead brings things even more into focus.
Pitbull. Last DogMarch 15, 2018
A policeman gets killed and the short-staffed police chief sends for a few experienced officers to support him in his fight with organized crime. Meanwhile, a conflict between local gangster groups escalates.
All InclusiveSeptember 4, 2020
"All Inclusive" tells the story of seven women who are going on holidays to Morocco, getting out of the hotel and confronting women from Morocco. They will look for their own way of life in the desert, confront their world, looking at the reality that surrounds them. As the author says about her film: "It talks about Polish women who are going on holiday, and then they break away from the tourist reality and go deep into Morocco. They throw themselves into a completely wild experience with themselves, with their femininity. The movie is played by women who I found at castings throughout Poland."
You Are GodMay 7, 2012
One of the biggest Polish film premieres of 2012 and eagerly anticipated for over a decade, it is the story of the late 90s generation and the three friends behind the music: Magik, Focus and Rahim. The fact-based film directed by Leszek Dawid charts the relentless struggle for success of Paktofonika, against the backdrop of crumbling traditional values in dreary 90s Silesia. The contradictory ideals of hiphop - the rebellious, edgy lyrics against the ‘system’ juxtaposed with the money and fame sought by the artists - are superbly captured in this dark, unforgettable drama.
Planet Single 2November 9, 2018
A teacher and a famous TV host must hide their not-so-merry romance from the public when they present a Christmas special live on-air.
The LegionsOctober 12, 2019
In the years prior to World War I, militiamen attached to Poland's nationalist movement fight for their country's independence from Czarist Russia's rule.
SmolenskSeptember 9, 2016
Inspired by true events of 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash in Smolensk, the film tells the partially fictional story of crash and various people affected by the tragedy. The protagonist is a journalist Nina, who refuses to accept the official version of the story and pursues her own independent investigation.
FighterJuly 19, 2019
MMA fighter loses everything due to some bad life choices. Now local gangster make him back to the sports. But this time he will fight in the boxing ring.
Na układy nie ma radySeptember 8, 2017
When Marek Niewiadomski gets a proposal, which is the job of another deputy minister in one of the state departments, his current life is changing. All decisions he must make with his wife to be an honest citizen bring him many challenges. There is no cure for deals.
Chain ReactionSeptember 20, 2017
Marta's surprise birthday party sets in motion a spiral of tragic events.
Baby sa jakies inneOctober 14, 2011
Two middle-aged male friends are travelling together by car and expressing their thoughts and emotions connected with women.
AmokMarch 23, 2017
A man is murdered, but the person responsible avoids being discovered and arrested. A few years later a police inspector suspects he has found evidence in a newly-published book entitled "Amok".
PoliticsSeptember 6, 2019
Portraying the events that have taken place in Polish politics in recent years.
MaydayJanuary 10, 2020
Janek, who has two wives, skillfully maneuvers between them. The risk that one of his loved ones will learn about a double relationship increases dramatically and every lie will have colossal effects.
Anatomy of EvilSeptember 18, 2015
Lulek, a hit man, is released from prison and given an offer he can't refuse by the man who put him away. If he kills the chief of the Central Bureau of Investigations, he will earn a huge sum of money and have his record cleared so he can leave.
War of LoveOctober 8, 2010
Klara and Aniela are two young girls who decide not to get married. This decision makes bachelors even more eager to conquer them. Adaptation of the classic comedy by Aleksander Fredro.
Never Gonna Snow AgainOctober 16, 2020
Zenia is an industrious Ukrainian migrant worker in Poland who makes house calls as a masseur to the needy and aspirational residents of a middle-class gated community near Warsaw. He is privy to all of their problems, anxieties and secrets – and something of an unwitting guru figure. Zenia’s grounded spirituality, apparent healing powers and broad shoulders make him an object of lust for many of the lost souls in the community.
ŁaweczkaAugust 27, 2004
Komediodramat na podstawie sztuki Aleksandra Gelmana. Piotr (Artur Żmijewski) i Kasia (Jolanta Fraszyńska) spotykają się na tytułowej ławeczce. Piotr szybko próbuje wprosić się do Kasi z pierwszą wizytą. Okazuje się, że już kiedyś się spotkali...
Love is EverythingNovember 23, 2018
The Christmas fever of the December time starts with the arrival of an unusual Santa to the city. It will be a storm of exceptional events.
Zacma: BlindnessNovember 25, 2016
A little known episode from the life of Stalinist security police office Julia Brystiger. Her nickname Bloody Luna was a reference to her incredibly brutal methods of interrogation. In the early 1960s, she appears in a centre for the blind on the outskirts of Warsaw, a place often visited by Cardinal Wyszyński, whose imprisonment in 1953-1956 Brystiger supervised personally. During a difficult and heated discussion with the cardinal, Brystiger denounces the communist ideology and begs for forgiveness for her crimes and for guidance in her search for God.