directed by Maciej Pieprzyca written by Maciej Pieprzyca, Bartosz Kurowski director of photography Marek Traskowski music by Grzegorz Daroń production design by Jerzy Talik costume design by Monika Jagodzińska editing by Leszek Starzyński PSM sound by Robert Czyżewicz, Michał Muzyka production managers Adam Łukaszek, Maja Zupok cast Antoni Pawlicki (Robert), Karolina Piechota (Marta), Marcin Hycnar (Bartek), Krzysztof Ogłoza (Sebastian), Michał Pieczatowski (Kartofel), Marcin Łuczak (Bobas), Agnieszka Judycka (Dorota) produced by Akson Studio, Stępińska 22/30, 00-799 Warsaw, phone +48 22 840 68 30, fax +48 22 841 77 82 e-mail email@example.com co-produced by Telewizja Poland - Film Agency, Woronicza 17, 00-999 Warsaw, phone +48 22 527 66 85, fax +48 22 547 66 69, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Canal+ Poland producer Michał Kwieciński executive producers Katarzyna Fukacz-Cebula, Małgorzata Fogel-Gabryś co-financing Polish Film Institute distributed by Fundacja Promocji Kina Film Polski, Krakowskie Przedmieście 7, 00-068 Warsaw phone/fax +48 22 828 11 32, e-mail filmpolski @filmpolski.com.pl
35mm, 1:1, 85, colour, Dolby Stereo A-type, 100'
A few days in the lives of young people like Bartek, Marta and Robert, who live in one of the Silesian cities. They differ from one another in all possible aspects - economic status, education, and aspirations. Their lives seem to be stable and predictable, but when their life paths cross one another during one apparently ordinary weekend, each and every one of them will experience something that will change the way they think about themselves and their future.
Born in 1964. Graduated from script writing at the Łódź Film School and directing from the Radio and Television Department at the University of Silesia. Produced numerous documentaries and television feature-films awarded at film festivals (i.e. "Inferno", 2001 and "Barbórka", 2005). Awarded the Second Prize atthe Polish edition ofthe Hartley-Merrill competition for his screenplay "Splinters" (2001). "Splinters" is his feature film debut