This complex moral drama that is bold, honest and exquisitely executed, follows a 60-something Polish Jewish poet, whose liberal utopia is shattered by a terror attack.
60-something Polish Jewish poet Maria Linde (Krystyna Janda) lives a calm family life in Tuscany, as at ease with the local intelligentsia as she is with the migrants working in nearby tavernas. Shortly after she is awarded a Nobel Prize, a terror attack happens in Rome. Maria makes a controversial speech that quickly goes viral, shattering her liberal utopia. The latest film from Jacek Borcuch, Dolce Fine Giornata is a complex moral drama that is bold, honest and exquisitely executed. Krystyna Janda’s performance earned her the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award at Sundance Film Festival.
Now, you have the chance to see this powerful film from the comfort of your house, as JW3 is delighted to offer this online screening as part of the Kinoteka Polish film festival.
More information about the festival can be found at https://kinoteka.org.uk/
Watch Kinoteka: Dolce Fine Giornata trailer■
Director: Jacek Borcuch
Stars: Krystyna Janda, Kasia Smutniak, Antonio Catania