written & directed by Juliusz Machulski director of photography Witold Adamek production design by Wojciech Żogała producer Juliusz Machulski produced by Studio Filmowe Zebra co-produced by Canal+ Polska, Telekomunikacja Polska, Studio Produkcyjne Orka, Agora S.A. co-financed by the Polish Film Institute distributed by Next Film
cast Magdalena Grąziowska (Melania), Bartosz Porczyk (2 parts: Przemek, Melania's husband; Anton), Ksawery Szlenkier (Otto), Aleksandra Domańska (Ingeborg), Robert Więckiewicz (Adolf Hitler), Jan Englert (Oskar), Anna Romantowska, Adam Darski (Joachim von Ribbentrop), Krystian Wieczorek (Ende), Szymon Piotr Warszawski (Hans), Robert Jarociński (Julek), Anna Terpiłowska (Ola), Jakub Firewicz (Wiesiek), Paweł Ciołkosz (2 parts: ss-man; Staszek), Sara Celler-Jezierska (publisher's assistant), Fred Apke (embassy's chancellor), Agata Pruchniewska (Magda), Ewelina Paszke (Helga), Przemysław Bluszcz (pilot), Paweł Paczesny
Mela and Przemek come to Warsaw to housesit for their uncle. It is more than just a luxury flat, it's also an extraordinary one. Mela starts digging into the history of the house, only to discover that it is on the site of the pre-war German embassy. The lift in the building not only carries passengers between ﬂoors, but also enables time travel between August 2012 and August 1939.