Kebab & Horoscope

Release date: 13-02-2015
Director: Grzegorz Jaroszuk

written & directed by Grzegorz Jaroszuk director of photography John Magnus Borge production design by Katarzyna Filimoniuk costume design by Katarzyna Lewińska, Marta Ostrowicz make-up by Anna Gorońska music by Wojciech Mazolewski sound by Kacper Habisiak, Marcin Kasiński edited by Aleksandra Gowin artistic supervision Andrzej Mellin, Małgorzata Szumowska line producer Inga Kruk producer Agnieszka Kurzydło co-producers Peter Garde, Norbert Redkie, Bartłomiej Kraciuk, Kacper Habisiak, Marcin Kasiński, Łukasz Ceranka, Wojciech Janio, Andrzej Łucjanek, Jakub Burakiewicz, Agnieszka Dziedzic, Marek Modzelewski, Tomasz Gradowski, Jacek Kurowski, Marek Wojciechowski, Paweł Dylik, Agnieszka Zacharewicz-Dylik produced by Mental Disorder 4 co-produced by Zentropa International Poland, Warszawa Powiśle part of Grupa Warszawa, Dreamsound, Fixafilm, Koi Studio, Luks Film, Projektor – Spoty Medialne co-financed by Polish Film Institute distributed by Alter Ego Pictures

cast Bartłomiej Topa (“Kebab”), Piotr Żurawski (“Horoscope”), Barbara Kurzaj (cashier), Tomasz Schuchardt (former football fan), Justyna Wasilewska (trainee), Marek Kalita (mother’s love), Dorota Kolak (trainee’s mother), Janusz Michałowski (“Kortazar”), Andrzej Zieliński (boss), Matej Bobrik (guy with a potbelly), Ryszard Filipczak (young woman’s father), Małgorzata Grymuła (former football fan’s daughter), Anna Haba (former’s football fan wife), Magnus von Horn (priest), Yasuhiro Igarashi (Japanese), Marta Masłowska (young woman), Anna Mencina (cashier’s daughter-in-law), Izabela Noszczyk (Japanese’s fiancee), Janina Pruszkowska (old woman), Anisur Rahman (kebab seller), Michał Rzecznik (superhero), Mariko Saga (Japanese), Mitsuhiko Toho (Japanese scientist), Piotr Trojan (cashier’s son), Agnieszka Wagner (boss’s wife), Mariusz Zonik (superhero)
colour, 72′
Poland 2014

 

One day you read your horoscope in your favourite magazine The Secret World of Animals and the stars tell you to change your life and quit your job. Rather than risk the ire of higher spheres, you hand in your notice, throwing yourself into marketing instead. Increasing the marketability of carpets from a shop that hasn’t attracted a single customer, and whose eccentric staff show absolutely no appreciation for floor coverings, will be something of a challenge….