directed by Borys Lankosz written by Zygmunt Miłoszewski, Borys Lankosz director of photography Łukasz Bielan production design by Magdalena Dipont costume design by Magdalena Biedrzycka make-up by Ewa Drobiec sound by Monika Krzanowska edited by Wojciech Anuszczyk artistic supervision by Jerzy Kapuściński production manager Anna Winnicka producers Anna Drozd, Borys Lankosz, Grzegorz Szymański, Edward Tobiszewski produced by Studio Rewers co-produced by Arttech Cinema, Agora S.A., Aeroplan, National Audiovisual Institute co-financed by Polish Film Institute distributed by Next Film
cast Robert Więckiewicz (prosecutor Teodor Szacki), Jerzy Trela (Leon Wilczur), Magdalena Walach (Barbara Sobieraj), Aleksandra Hamkało (Klara), Joanna Sydor (Elżbieta Budnik), Krzysztof Pieczyński (Grzegorz Budnik), Andrzej Zieliński (Jerzy Szyller), Zohar Strauss (rabbi Zygmunt), Modest Ruciński (Roman Myszyński), Iwona Bielska (Maria Miszczyk), Jacek Poniedziałek (Klejnocki), Marcin Juchniewicz (butcher), Andrzej Konopka (policeman Marszałek), Zbigniew Konopka (policeman Wojtuś)
A big shot prosecutor Teodor Szacki divorces his wife and leaves Warsaw to start a new life in picturesque town in south-east Poland - Sandomierz. After a short while he is called in to investigate a strange and mysterious murder case. Alienated in provincial reality he struggles to find a killer, when he stumbles upon more victims. While the investigation continues he realizes that all murders are connected to alleged historical Jewish ritual killings. Those murders prompt a wave of anti-Semitic hysteria in the town. In his investigation Szacki must wrestle with the painful tangle of Polish -Jewish relations and real findings of his work - that roots of some legends are fantasy, not a grain of truth...