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romance I 2020 I Poland 

TUESDAY 7/12/2021 6:45pm

 

 

Original Title: Na chwilę, na zawsze

Duration:        100 min

Language:        Polish with English subtitles

 

Director:   Piotr Trzaskalski

Writer:     Mirella Zaradkiewicz, Magdalena Wiśniewolska,

                  Paweł Domagała

Cast:        Martyna Byczkowska, Paweł Domagała,

                 Olaf Lubaszenko, Ireneusz Czop, Kinga Preis

 

 

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From the director of the critically acclaimed  "My Bike" and "Edi" a touching romance starring popular singer and songwriter Paweł Domagała who also co-wrote screenplay for the film.  

Pola is at the peak of her popularity at the age of only 22. She fills concert halls and has a strong fan base, but puts her music career at risk after causing a car accident driving under the influence. To control the damage to her image her father and the star’s manager place her in an addiction treatment centre, where the singer is forced to do social work. There she meets Borys, a charismatic music instructor famous for his unconventional methods. He too was once a popular musician but fell into the trap of his early fame. Despite their initial distrust, the passion for music gets them closer together until Boris’s past gets between them. 

PIOTR TRZASKALSKI 

Independent film and television director. Born in 1964 in Łódź. He graduated from the Faculty of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Łódź and from the Film and Television Directing at the Leon Schiller National Higher School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź. He received a scholarship from the Northern School of Film and Television of Leeds Metropolitan University in Great Britain.  His debut full-length film was Edi, a fully independent production, which brought him numerous awards (e.g. Polityka’s Passport, Special Jury Prize and Critics’ Award at the Gdynia Film Festival, as well as Grand Prix at the Warsaw Film Festival), and also filled movie theatres in Poland. In 2012, Trzaskalski directed My Father’s Bike, a low-key comedy-drama about three generations of contemporary men, starring Michał Urbaniak, Artur Żmijewski, and Krzysztof Chodorowski in the main roles. The screenplay for this film, which he co-wrote with Wojciech Lepianka, was awarded at the Gdynia Film Festival. 

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