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It was also included in the TOP 20 cinema hits of last year“Soup Nothing” (already available in Canal + Premium and Canal + Online) by Kinga Dębska. In a sentimental journey to the late PRL, viewers get to know the Makowski family. A haunted intellectual Tadeusz, together with his wife Elżbieta, the head of the company’s Solidarity, and two adolescent daughters – Marta and Kasia – and a grandmother who remembers the Uprising times, live in a small apartment. Determined, though somewhat indifferent, Tadeusz makes further attempts to improve the life situation of the family, which, however, only generates trouble.
On the other hand “Brethren” (premiered on April 19 in Canal + Premium, from April 20 in Canal + Online) is Łukasz Ostalski’s full-length directorial debut, which tells the story of two brothers from World War II. Janek and Staszek take a huge risk to help their peers, Abram and Chaim, who escaped from the German pogrom and, without telling anyone, hide them on their farm. Starring: Mikołaj Matczak, Wojciech Ziętek, Jędrzej Hycnar, Jan Hrynkiewicz and Katarzyna Chojnacka.
On the other hand “I will not come back here” (premiered on April 25 in Canal + Premium, from April 26 in Canal + Online) is a documentary film by the journalist and playwright Mikołaj Lizut. In the latest picture, he told the story of four charges of the Youth Educational Center in Goniądz near Białystok – Gosia, Dominika, Ewelina and Alicja. The girl had a difficult childhood behind her – toxic parents, violence, alcohol and drugs, minor crimes. Now they are trying to sort out their lives. How do they envision the future? Will they make good decisions?