directed by Zbigniew Libera written by Zbigniew Libera, Grzegorz Jankowicz director of photography Adam Sikora music by Robert Piotrowicz edited by Beata Walentowska production design by Zbigniew Libera, Sebastian Gomułka costume and make-up concept by Katarzyna Jarnuszkiewicz, Szymon Gaszczyński costume design by Ilona Binarsch, Joanna Talejko make-up by Aleksandra Dutkiewicz sound by Grzegorz Kucharski
cast Krzysztof Stroiński, Gustaw Klyszcz, Joanna Wiktorczyk, Andrzej Borowski, Dagny Borowska, Katarzyna Dobrowolska, Bernd Horsch, Aleksandra Janik, Sławomir Janus, Dariusz Mikłasz, Antoni Mikłasz, Wiktoria Pyrchla, Samuel Simao, Sara Skrajna, Tomasz Węclewicz
producers Agata Szymańska,+48 514 593 757, Magdalena Kamińska,+48 601 980 737 co-producers Paweł Potoroczyn, Krzysztof Dudek, Remigiusz Przełożny, Jacek Kulczycki produced by Balapolis co-produced by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, National Cultural Centre, Film District, Studio Produkcyjne ORKA co-financed by the Polish Film Institute production managers Magdalena Kamińska, Agata Szymańska distribution in Poland Alter Ego Pictures
A vision of the future world, where mankind suffers from infertility. Walser is found in the forest by the members of an unknown community. Despite initial difficulties with communication, since the members of the community use a language Walser doesn’t know, they eventually establish a bond of common understanding. Walser quickly realizes that this community is not affected by the infertility plague; there are children of different ages hanging out in the settlement. After a while, Walser learns the basics of the Contehili language and is able to explain that they have the power to save mankind from extinction.