Mula lives with her family in the country. Just before her daughter's First Holy Communion, Mula's long lost sister pays them a visit. The family believes in reconciliation, but Mula has her reasons to feel afraid of Kaja.

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Jagoda Szelc

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Jagoda Szelc
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Credited cast:
Anna Krotoska Anna Krotoska ... Mula
Malgorzata Szczerbowska Malgorzata Szczerbowska ... Kaja
Anna Zubrzycki Anna Zubrzycki ... Ada, mother of Kaja, Mula and Andrzej
Dorota Lukasiewicz Dorota Lukasiewicz ... Anna, Andrzej's wife
Rafal Kwietniewski Rafal Kwietniewski ... Andrzej
Rafal Cieluch Rafal Cieluch ... Michal, Mula's husband
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Mohammed Almughanni Mohammed Almughanni ... Refugees
Mikolaj Chroboczek ... Pilgrim
Laila Hennessy Laila Hennessy ... Nina
Milosz Karbownik Milosz Karbownik ... Pilgrim
Artur Krajewski Artur Krajewski ... Priest
Ida Kwietniewska Ida Kwietniewska ... Dusia
Igor Kwietniewski Igor Kwietniewski ... Igor
Joanna Luzny Joanna Luzny ... Woman
Hanna Misiak Hanna Misiak ... Woman
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Mula lives with her family in the country. Just before her daughter's First Holy Communion, Mula's long lost sister pays them a visit. The family believes in reconciliation, but Mula has her reasons to feel afraid of Kaja.

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Strangeness is not a virtue in itself...
10 November 2020 | by EbertSee all my reviews

265/5000 It is true that Poland is a country of mystics. but that alone does not justify the gratuitous strangeness of this film. Dadaism is not enough to classify all the bizarre and unjustified events of the film. As the poet Giambattista Marino said: "It couldn't be new, it was strange" ...


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Country:

Poland | Czech Republic

Language:

Polish

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23 March 2018 (Poland) See more »

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Tower. A Bright Day See more »

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