Gabriela Muskała (Kinga Słowik, Alicja), Łukasz Simlat (Krzysztof Słowik), Małgorzata Buczkowska (Ewa), Halina Rasiakówna (Alicja’s mother), Zbigniew Waleryś (Alicja’s father), Piotr Skiba (dr Michał)
Alicja has lost her memory. Away from her home and family, she has built a new life as an independent and uncompromising woman. After two years she returns. Her family expects her to resume the roles of wife, mother, and daughter, but she behaves like a stranger. She doesn’t remember her family or her love for her them. Her husband and son don’t recognize this woman who looks familiar, but who acts like a stranger. Is remembering the old feeling a prerequisite for a happy life?
Director and screenwriter. Born in Wrocław in 1978. Graduated from the University of Silesia in Katowice, completed Andrzej Wajda Film School in Warsaw and also received a degree in cultural studies from the Wrocław University. She received the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship and won the My Talent for Poland program and Golden PEN award, granted by the president of Poland. Her short films “The Hat”, “3 Love”, and “Aria Diva” have won awards at film festivals around the world. Her first feature film “The Lure” won the Best Debut award at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and was announced the Discovery of the Year at the Polish Film Awards. The film won her dozens of awards around the world.
2018 Fugue (Fuga)
2015 The Lure (Córki Dancingu)
(9701 Bryn Mawr Ave.)
WEDNESDAY, 11/14/2018 7:30pm.
2018, 100 min, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden
Polish with English subtitles
JAKUB KIJOWSKI PSC