Gerda meets Little Robber Girl in the Berlin subway. There’s only ten, twelve hours until they’ll part ways. The mutual interest turns into love affair and all that ends in the morning. But still there’s a sea of the city to float by night. The film gets as close as we could to a free jazz composition. It’s about colors, flickering lights, rush, the sounds and smell of a sumer night. Everything passes and dies every minute as life is a neverending sequence of things we hold to for a moment and they go forever. There’s no cinema anymore. And what was known as cinema is now just an intention of holding a camera. There’s poetry and music coming from the streets and we read the verses aloud keeping ourselves in a constant motion.
Przemysław Wojcieszek is a Polish film and theatre director and screenwriter. He studied Polish at the Jagiellonian and Wrocław Universities. Wojcieszek authored the script to Witold Adamek’s film Monday, as well as all of his own films; his directorial debut came in 1999 with Kill Them All. He received the ‘Polityka’ magazine Passport (promising young artist award) in the film category for his original films that are manifestos of 30-year-olds trying to find their place in our reality. In 2004, he debuted as a playwright and theater director with the play Made in Poland, and has since directed 10 theatre productions. His films The Perfect Afternoon, Made in Poland and Secret screened at Berlinale.
2001 Głośniej od bomb / Louder Than Bombs
2004 W dół kolorowym wzgórzem / Down Colourful Hill
2005 Doskonałe popołudnie / The Perfect Afternoon
2010 Made in Poland
2012 Sekret / Secret