written and directed by Jan Komasa director of photography Radosław Ładczuk music by Michał Jacaszek 3D animation The Whalers animation animation directed by Adam Torczyński, Olga Szablewicz-Pisuk VFX production coordinator Paulina Machalica-Niemira VFX / 3D supervisor Adam Torczyński 3D supervisor Olga Szablewicz-Pisuk concept design by Michał Lisowski production design by Katarzyna Filimoniuk costume design by Dorota Roqueplo make-up by Alina Janerka edited by Bartosz Pietras PSM sound by Bartosz Putkiewicz production managers Dominika Kowarska, Marcin Kurek
cast Jakub Gierszał (Dominik), Roma Gąsiorowska (Sylwia), Agata Kulesza (Beata), Krzysztof Pieczyński (Andrzej), Bartosz Gelner (Aleksander), Danuta Borsuk (Nadia), Piotr Nowak (Jacek), Filip Bobek (Marcin), Krzysztof Dracz (minister), Aleksandra Hamkało (Karolina), Kinga Preis (psychiatrist), Anna Ilczuk (Ada), Bartosz Porczyk (stylist), Wiesław Komasa (manager), Karolina Dryzner (Jowita), Ewelina Paszke (woman minister)
produced by Studio Filmowe Kadr, Puławska 61, Warsaw, tel./fax 22 845 49 23, www.kadr.com.pl co-produced by Media Brigade, IFDF Odra Film producer Jerzy Kapuściński executive producer Wojciech Kabarowski co-financed by The Polish Film Institute distributed by ITI Cinema world sales LevelK
Red One / 35 mm, 1.85 : 1, colour, Dolby Digital, 100′
Dominik is a regular kid. He is popular, has the prettiest girlfriend in school, rich parents, money for clothes and for partying. Until one day a single kiss changes everything. She. She gets in touch with him online. She is intriguing, dangerous, and devious. She brings him into the Suicide Room – a place of no return. Trapped by his own emotions and entangled in a deadly intrigue, Dominik will lose the most precious part of life…
Born in 1981. Graduate of philosophy at the Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw and directing at the Łódź Film School. Author of documentaries, adverts and music videos. His student film Nice to See You (Fajnie, że jesteś) won an award in the Cinefondation competition in Cannes (2004). Directed the novella entitled Warsaw [in:] Ode to Joy (Warszawa [w:] Oda do radości, 2005), a feature film that won a number of awards at filmfestivals in Gdynia, Koszalin and Houston. Suicide Room is his full-length feature debut.