today is Wednesday - 22.10.2014
An ordinary village. Ordinary people. A dark secret. Franciszek Kalina (Ireneusz Czop) returns to Poland after many years abroad, alarmed by the news that his younger brother (Maciej Stuhr) has come into conflict with his village neighbours. Upon arriving he discovers the reason is a dark secret from the past. The brothers, who have been quarrelling for years, try to get to the truth. Their investigation intensifies the conflict in the village, which develops into open aggression. Shedding light on the secret will take its toll on the lives of the brothers and their neighbours. The film was inspired by true events. "To be Polish is to be brave. To be Polish is to be proud of your past, and never to hide from even the darkest pages of history". "Pasikowski is a master of the thriller genre, and 'Poklosie' truly proves this". wp.pl The film won the Journalists' Award at the 37th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.
Polish director and screenwriter. Born in 1959 in Łódź. He graduated in cultural studies from the University of Łódź and in directing from the Łódź Film School. His first feature film Kroll (1991) won the best debut award and the Jury Special Prize at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. His crime thrillers 'Pigs' (1992) and 'Pigs 2' (1994) were a huge box-office success. Pasikowski won the best director award at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia for 'Pigs' (1992) and 'Bitter-Sweet' (1996). He is also the director of two seasons of the crime TV series 'Glina' ('The Cop'; 2004-08), acclaimed by critics as the best Polish crime series ever. He has directed stage plays as well. He is the author of the science fiction novel 'Ja, Gelerth' ('I, Gelerth') which was nominated for the Janusz A. Zajdel Award (1993). He is the co-writer of Andrzej Wajda's 'Katyn' (2007).
2004 Glina (tv serial)
1999 Operacja Samum
1998 Demony wojny wg Goi
1994 Psy 2. Ostatnia krew