A few years ago, tragic events combined the fate of three Catholic priests. Now, on every anniversary of the catastrophe that they miraculously escaped with their lives, the clergymen meet to celebrate the fact of their survival. Their everyday lives are, however, very different. Lisowski (Jacek Braciak) is an entrepreneurial curia worker in a big city who dreams of moving to the Vatican. The problem is that Archbishop Mordowicz (Janusz Gajos) is standing in his way, a luxurious dignitary who uses political influence to build the largest sanctuary in Poland. The second of the priests, Trybus (Robert Wieckiewicz), unlike Lisowski, is a rural pastor. Serving in a place full of poverty, he increasingly succumbs to human weaknesses. Kukula (Arkadiusz Jakubik) is also not very successful, and - despite his fervent faith - actually loses the trust of his parishioners day by day. Soon the stories of the three clergymen merge once again, and the events that will take place will have an impact...
Nic co ludzkie nie jest im obce
28 September 2018 (Poland)
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During the 2018 Gdynia Polish Film Festival, 'Kler' was met with the longest applause of the audience which should have given it the Zloty Klakier (Golden Clapper) award, presented each year by public Radio Gdansk. However, the Managing Director of Radio Gdansk decided not to award any movie with Golden Clapper that year, citing 'an impossibility of objective assessment of survey accuracy' as a pretext . Commentators have connected it with the controversial subject of the movie, which was criticized by the part of ruling politicians in Poland, who decide about manning of the public media. See more
Scenes taking place in and around churches were shot in the Czech Republic. In one of them a Czech road sign "give way" is visible (a white triangle with red border) instead of a Polish one (a yellow triangle with a red border). See more
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Music by Adam Walacinski See more