Polish Programme Two (Cert 18) March 24th (8.30pm)

We’ve mystery women and autistic romance, thwarted fetishism and online obsession, borders crossed and boundaries transgressed, in our section selection of the best new work from Poland.

Join us at The Old Bank, 437 Wilmslow Road, Withington at 8:30pm. Tickest £5/£4 (concession).

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BORDER CROSSING (Regional Premiere)
Dir / Wri: Agnieszka Chmura, Prod: Piotr Lenar
Poland, 2019, 15 min, Cert 15 (FFF Rating)
Can the innocence of a little girl melt a border guard’s icy heart?

HIGH HEELS (Greater Manchester Premiere)
Dir: Juan Bermudez Martinez
Poland, 2017, 12 min 50 sec, Cert: 12A
A man gets trapped between the unspoken crisis in his marriage and his fixation with women’s legs.

WIKI (UK Premiere)
Dir / Wri: Veronica Andersson, Prod: Maciej Slesicki
Poland, 2019, 29 min, Cert:15 (FFF Rating)
Wiki is an autistic girl, facing a harsh future living with her alcoholic mother. And then she meets Mateusz, a huge fan of Warsaw city buses, who brings some sunshine back into her life.

ON THE WEB (Greater Manchester Premiere)
Dir / Wri: Katarzyna Babicz, Prod: Maciej Slesicki
Poland, 2017, 24 min 18 sec, Cert: 18 (F Rating)
Michal is addicted to pornography. Exploring the world of internet web cams he meets Diana, a cyber prostitute. Intrigued and fascinated, he starts to stalk her.

AISHA (UK Premiere)
Dir / Wri: Piotr Łukasiak, Wri: Paweł Hercog, Prod: Maciej Slesicki
Poland, 2019, 16 min 35 sec, Cert: 15
A young woman washed up on the beach creates tensions among a family of fishermen.

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