The fate of Mieczysław Kosz, a well-known and talented composer and jazz musician, died tragically in unresolved circumstances. The film traces the artist’s life path of from a village near Zamość, through the jazz clubs of Krakow, to Warsaw. We meet those who played important roles in his life and creativity. Friends of Kosz describe the social life in their milieu. Utilizing radio interviews with the artist and archival materials from the sixties, the film shows the social mood in the Polish People’s Republic villages and particularly in Antoniówka near Tomaszow Lubelski where the blind artist attended school.
Born in 1958 in Głowno. Director, scriptwriter, and film producer. He graduated from the National Film School in Łódź in 1989. A co-founder of the Polish Producers Association. In 1991-94, the president of the production company Dr. Watkins, since 1997 the president of Biograph Film, and since 2005 the president of the Film Open Group.
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poniedziałek, 18/11/2019 19:45
2007, 54 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles
FILM OPEN GROUP