Words create our world, in particular our inner world. Therefore, when a mother and daughter visit a psychotherapist to talk about their feelings, the doctor asks them to think of words that have an equivalent meaning but are less blunt. The words in this film are a double-edged sword that injure both the speaker and the person they are speaking to. This can already be seen in the title, which, on the one hand, is a confession of love, and, on the other, emotional blackmail intended to produce a sense of guilt in the recipient. Moreover, these words are spoken by the mother, who has been unable to find a common language with her twentysomething daughter for quite some time. They are learning to do this yet again under the watchful eye of a professor in Krakow. The viewer becomes an unwitting witness to this painful process, repeatedly undermining its meaning and effectiveness. "After Father and Son, I needed proof that there existed a kind of conversation that made it easier for people to live together or easier for each of them to live separately," says the director, whose film-an award winner at the Krakow Film Festival-works in much the same way as successful psychotherapy.
Krakow FF 2016 - Silver Hobby-Horse
Director and producer Paweł Łoziński is the son of documentary filmmaker Marcel Łoziński. Born in 1965 in Warsaw, he graduated from the Direction Department at the Film School in Łódź. He made his full-length debut with the acclaimed documentary Birthplace, which tells the story of a Jew returning from the United States to Poland in order to find out what happened to his family. He has won numerous awards at festivals in Paris, Leipzig, and Krakow. He is a lecturer at the Gdynia Film School.
1992 Miejsce urodzenia / Birthplace (doc.)
1995 100 lat w kinie / 100 Years of Polish Cinema (doc.)
1996 Kratka / Im Gully 2009 Chemia / Chemo (doc.)
2013 Ojciec i syn / Father and Son (doc.)
2016 Nawet nie wiesz, jak bardzo cię kocham / You Have No Idea How Much I Love You (doc.)