Tomorrow Will Be Better
written & directed by Dorota Kędzierzawska director of photography Arthur Reinhart PSC music by Vacat production design by Arthur Reinhart costume design by Katarzyna Morawska editing by Dorota Kędzierzawska, Arthur Reinhart sound by Vacat
cast Oleg Ryba (Pietia), Jewgienij Ryba (Waśka), Akhmed Sardalov (Liapa), Stanisław Sojka (policeman), Aleksandra Bilewicz (bride), Zygmunt Gorodowienko (old man), Kinga Walenkiewicz (Lala), Antoni Łanczkowski (border guard), Stanisław Zawadzki (driver), Angelika Kozic (girl with bread), Izabela Wilczewska (mistress), Michał Malec (lover)
produced by Kid Film Arthur Reinhart, Orzechowskiego 19, 04-824 Warsaw, phone +48 22 615 72 23, +48 501 751 201 co-produced by Pioniwa Film; The Chimney Pot; Non Stop Film Service; Film Ilumination executive produced by Kid Film co-financing Polish Film Institute producer Arthur Reinhart co-producer Takashi Niwa distribution & world sales Kid Film Arthur Reinhart
35 mm 1:1,85, colour, Dolby Digital
Poland – Japan 2009
Three Russian boys living at the train station are setting off into the world, crossing the borders both real and arbitrary. Naive and roguish, they are looking for a magic place where dreams come true. They are looking for different life, better world. The unusual journey of three young characters, mini-heroes in our strange times.
Born in Łódź. Director, screenwriter. Studied culture studies at Łódź University and directing in Moscow (WGIK). Graduated from film direction at the Łódź Film School. Laureate of numerous film awards at Polish and foreign festivals.
1988: The End of the World (Koniec świata, tv); 1991: The Devils, the Devils (Diabły, diabły); 1994: The Crows (Wrony, tv); 1998: Nothing (Nic); 2005: I Am (Jestem); 2007: Time to Die (Pora umierać); 2009: Tomorrow Will Be Better (Jutro będzie lepiej)