Back Home tells a story of a family. A very typical family next-door. Hidden secrets and inner parents- -children relations lead to disintegration of the relationship both between the family members, as well as between them and the local community. The desire to build family relations on the existing morality and a clear-cut moral code within the changing world lead to a crisis. The dynamics of contemporary social processes, as well as of the local communities of small and medium-sized towns, makes adolescents distant from their families and traditions. The protagonist, Urszula, walks the dramatic path to independence and finding her own definition of the terms that are crucial in life and for building relations with other people, such as kinship, love, dedication, brotherhood.
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Music by Michal Szturomski & Michal Wiraszko See more