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Kacper, a middle-aged high-school history teacher, begins to lose his eyesight. The medical diagnosis leaves no hope. Initially heartbroken, he attempts to hide his health problems from the outside world.
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On the US DVD: "If you or a young person you care about needs support, call The Trevor Lifeline at 866-488-7386. It's free, confidential and available 24/7 Learn more at TheTrevorProject.org." See more »
Music and lyrics: Rykarda Parasol See more »
I've heard my friends talk about this movie a lot and I've always meant to see it.
Recently, I stumbled upon it online with excellent subtitles, so of course I had to watch it. And I'm glad I did!
I can relate with a lot of situations in the film and the acting was all so well done. It is quite a sad movie, so beware. (I was almost in tears.) I was drawn into it from the beginning and couldn't take my eyes off of the screen. It's definitely one I'm going to watch over and over.
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