Polish Cinema


Body is a dark comedy with an absurdist sense of humor. A cynical prosecutor and his daughter, who suffers from an eating disorder, are trying – each of them their own way – to recover after the death of a close person.

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Influenza is a story about the key events of the Wielkopolska Uprising of 1918 - a military insurrection of victorious Poles in the Greater Poland region against Germany, which granted the Polish insurgents additional territory. Steeped in wonder and mystery, this unconventional thriller merges fiction with historical fact, recalling themes of German Expressionist cinema.

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The Photographer

This dark thriller tells the story of a serial killer (the Photographer) operating in contemporary Moscow. The elusive perpetrator leaves the murder scene marked with cards with numbers, similar to those placed at crime scenes by forensic teams.

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With live score

A Strong Man

This silent psychological crime thriller from 1929 is about a troubled man driven by greed is considered one of the most important films of the Polish Silent film era, and was also one of the last.

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With Director and Producer

These Daughters of Mine

Mixing tart humor and tenderness, this family portrait features a sharp script with memorable characters and an excellent cast.

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