A country girl Kasia Solska is forced by her family to marry the man she finds unattractive. She secretly gets to university, escapes from her village to Warsaw and starts working as a babysitter there.
During the 1655 war between Protestant Sweden and Catholic Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth some Polish-Lithuanian nobles side with Swedish king Charles X Gustav while others side with the Polish king Jan Kazimierz.
At first I was expecting something average about HIV, and actually, so it was. HIV is very good topic to make a movie about, and even if you make it bad, it is still average.
Anyway, this movie is not trying to solve the whole thing. The Christianity in Poland is very spread, but Mr. Seweryn is definitely not trying to criticize it. He just shows us a simple life of man with HIV. Shows his inner feelings, his expectations, his reluctance.
The another plus of this movie is the starring of Michal Zebrowski. He is a very good actor (and even though I consider his best times gone, having starred in The Witcher) and you can really enjoy his qualities.
I very recommend.
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