A remote, and a bit crazy, psychiatric hospital receives a curious patient - he doesn't move nor speak but spends his days standing with his hands up. The only thing known is his nickname - "The Atlas".
Three Catholic priests meet to celebrate the anniversary of an event which could have taken their lives. Their experiences and motivations to serve as priests are extremely different, and soon each of them will have to face new challenges.
Alicja suffers from memory loss and has rebuilt her own free spirited way of life. Two years later, she returns to her former family to assume against her will her role as wife, mother and ... See full summary »
Fear, anger, sadness, joy, disgust, jealousy, shame. Adas Miauczynski returns to his childhood, when - like most of us - he had a big problem with naming the accompanying emotions. To ... See full summary »
Zuzia is twelve and she's been training as an equestrian vaulter for two years. The girls in her team are aged eight to twenty. They all know their place and their role in the group. This ... See full summary »
The title protagonist is an orderly art teacher whose main problem in life is his father - an incessantly partying artist-painter. When the senior suffers a second heart attack and yet ... See full summary »
A remote, and a bit crazy to be honest, psychiatric hospital receives a curious patient -one who he doesn't move nor speak but spends his days standing with his hands up. The only thing known is his nickname - "The Atlas". In a word, he is a riddle and riveting one at that, like an itch you cannot quite scratch. Theories and informed-and-fact-based-gossip flourish all around the place. As luck would have it, so does the conflict as what to do with him. The situation is close to exploding, but the Atlas won't stir. Or will he?