Tower. A Bright Day

Release date: 23-03-2018
Director: Jagoda Szelc





written and directed by Jagoda Szelc director of photography Przemysław Brynkiewicz edited by Anna Garncarczyk, Jagoda Szelc production design by Natalia Giza costume design by Paulina Sieniarska make-up artist Zuza Stefańska sound by Rafał Nowak production managers Agnieszka Janowska, Paweł Kosuń
 
cast Anna Krotoska, Małgorzata Szczerbowska, Dorota Łukasiewicz Kwietniewska, Rafał Kwietniewski, Rafał Cieluch, Anna Zubrzycki, Laila Hennessy, Ida Kwietniewska, Igor Kwietniewski, Artur Krajewski
 
producer Marcin Malatyński executive producer Dariusz Dużyński produced by Studio Filmowe Indeks PWSFTviT im. Wojciecha Jerzego Hasa, ul. Targowa 61/63, 90-323 Łódź, Poland, tel. +48 515 123 369 co-produced by PWSFTviT, Centrala, EBH, Dreamsound, Heliograf, Odra Film (Lower Silesian Film Competition co-financed by the Polish Film Institute distribution in Poland Against Gravity
 
colour,
Poland 2017

 

Mula lives in a country house with her husband, her sick mother and her daughter Nina. On the weekend before Nina’s First Communion, Mula’s brother comes for a visit along with Kaja – Mula’s younger sister, who had disappeared suddenly six years earlier. Kaja is Nina’s biological mother. Mula is afraid that the unstable Kaja might want to take her daughter away. The rest of the family, who at first keep Kaja at arm’s length, soon start to believe that this might be a new beginning for them and a chance for the sisters to reconcile. All this makes Mula even more frustrated; she decides to kick Kaja out. On the day of the First Communion, the sisters put their differences aside. But there is another reason why Kaja came home in the first place..