All That I Love

Release date: 15-01-2010
Director: Jacek Borcuch

written & directed by Jacek Borcuch director of photography Michał Englert music by Daniel Bloom production design by Elwira Pluta costume design by Magdalena Maciejewska edited by Agnieszka Glińska PSM sound by Zofia Gołębiowska production manager Anna Wydra

cast Mateusz Kościukiewicz (Janek), Jakub Gierszał (Kazik), Mateusz Banasiuk (Staszek), Olga Frycz (Basia), Igor Obłoza (Diabeł), Andrzej Chyra (Janek’s father), Anna Radwan (Janek’s mother), Marek Kalita (Sokołowski), Katarzyna Herman (Sokołowska)

produced by Prasa i Film, ul. Chełmska 21, 00-724 Warsaw, tel./fax +48 22 851 10 37, +48 601 215 925, e-mail: co-produced by Telewizja Polska; Canal Plus Polska producers Jan Dworak, Kamila Polit co-financed by The Polish Film Institute distributed by ITI Cinema

35 mm, 1.85:1, colour, Dolby Digital, 100′
Poland 2009


Spring of 1981. A wave of strikes sweeps through Poland. Communist authorities are trying to find ways to destroy Solidarity.
Four 18-year-old kids in a seaside town form a punk rock band. Their leader Janek is the son of a prominent navy officer. The boys have more in common than just their passion for music. They also share a fascination with the mature beauty of Janek’s neighbour and wife of communist politician Sokołowski, and a crush on their classmate Basia, daughter of a Solidarity activist.
On December 13, 1981 martial law is imposed in Poland and politics take over the boys’ previously carefree life. Sokołowski is appointed military commissar with omnipotent authority over the whole town…



  • 34th Polish Film Festival, Gdynia 2009 – Best Production Design (Elwira Pluta), Radio Gdańsk Award for the film with the longest applause, two Golden Kangaroo awards from Australian distributors

Jacek Borcuch
Born in 1970. Actor, director, screenwriter and musician. Studied philosophy at the University of Warsaw and acting at Warsaw’s Theatre Academy. Graduated from the Vocal and Acting School in Gdynia.

Filmography (as director)
Kallafiorr (1999), Tulips (2004), All That I Love (2009)


Translated by Karolina Kołtun