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POLISH TITLE: OTWÓRZ MI

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Olga lives alone in her flat in an old town house. Occasionally she looks after an elderly neighbor. The woman says that someone waits upon her next to her door. Olga ignores her neighbor’s doubts, yet she feels a strange restlessness herself. When her boyfriend comes over, and the neighbor comes to complain about the mysterious noise, Olga brushes her off. The next day, she finds her dead. Tortured by remorse, she starts succumbing to the same paranoia that plagued the old lady.

GENRE:
fiction
COUNTRY:
POLAND
RUNNING TIME:
16'
YEAR:
DIRECTING:
Dominika Gnatek
SCRIPT:
Dominika Gnatek
DOP:
Natalia Pietsch
EDITOR:
Honorata Szulakowska
CAST:
Magdalena Celmer, Ewa Worytkiewicz, Paweł Tomaszewski
PRODUCTION:
Wydział Radia i Telewizji Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach (WRiTv UŚ)

Dominika Gnatek »

Graduated from History of Arts at the University of Wrocław and from Film Direction at the Faculty of Radio and Television of the Univeristy of Silesia in Katowice. Her student film "You are not bad" was screened at several film festivals in Poland. She is also an author of numerous scripts and rewarded novels. She lives in Wrocław.
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