"Crache Coeur" in French Cinemas
Feature debut directed by Julia Kowalski and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute Crache Coeur (Raging Rose, Znam kogoś, kto cię szuka) was released theatrically on February 17 in France.
Crache Coeur (Polish title: Znam kogoś, kto cię szuka, English title: Raging Rose) by
Crache Coeur (Raging Rose)
Józef (Andrzej Chyra) travels to France to sort out an issue from his past. He stays in the home of a Polish immigrant who lives with his teenage daughter Rose. The newly-arrived stranger catches the eye of the young woman. Her fascination transforms into a subtle friendship that leads to a favour: Józef is searching for his long-lost son, Rose’s schoolmate.
By serving as an intermediary between father and son, Rose suddenly discovers what love is and learns the needs of her maturing body. Desire leads to jealousy, rejection leads to anger. A new journey begins to Poland, the land of the past, where each of them finds the missing pieces of their life puzzle.
Debut Supported by the Polish Film Institute
Crache Coeur (Raging Rose) is a Polish-French co-production, co-financed by the national film institutes of both countries: the CNC and
The World Premiere in Cannes
Crache Coeur (Raging Rose) had its world premiere at the 68th Cannes IFF, screening in the ACID section, programmed by members of the Association du Cinéma Indépendant pour sa Diffusion – an organization aimed
Julia Kowalski’s feature debut then went on to screen at other major film festivals, including the 20th Busan IFF, the 10th Rome