“There has always been this curiosity in me to look further,” confesses one of the greatest Polish actresses, Barbara Krafftówna. Together with her, we take a ride to a magic land, inhabited by ghosts from the past, Older Gentlemen, but above all, unforgettable creations in theater, television series, and film. With her characteristic voice, the protagonist spins an intimate story in which the rich experiences of this woman and artist meet the ever-vivid imagination of a little girl with her own words emerging from fragments of the roles she played.
Born in Koło in 1969, film and theatre director, actor, screenwriter, and playwright, Maciej Kowalewski graduated from National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow. In 2007–2010, he was managing and artistic director of T. Łomnicki Stage in Wola of the Dramatic Theatre of Warsaw. In 2011, he debuted as film director with “Three Sisters T” based on his own screenplay. Author of thirty plays seen in many Polish theaters, including “Ballada o Zakaczawiu,” “Obywatel M.” “Poczekalnia,” “Bomba,” “Miss HIV,” “Wąsy,” and “Uznam.”
Born in 1981, director, producer, and screenwriter Piotr Konstantinow graduated from the History Department of University of Warsaw. After graduation, he has pursued a career in television (TVN, TV4, Polsat, TVP), starting as an editor and screenwriter and becoming a creative producer of TV programs and TV series. He initiated access prime time commercial TV productions such as: “Słoiki,” “Małolaty,” “Sekrety rodziny,” “Komisariat” and a well-known and awarded HBO documentary “Śląski interes” (Silesian Business).
Theatre (1112 North Milwaukee Ave.)
Sunday, 11/14/21 5:00 pm.
2021, 82 min, Poland
Polish with English subtitles
MACIEJ OŚLAK, KRZYSZTOF LIGOCKI