During one night, people in a big city, troubled by loneliness, want to talk to someone. Some of them call 112, even if it is not really necessary, and others call the radio, where the presenter asks a question about the end of the world: what it means to each one of us. They talk about things that are tragic, painful, small, funny. Their need to be heard, to share their experience with someone else, is evident and moving. The radio is a motif linking this night’s events – it binds the elements of the film together in terms of structure and meaning: this is the source of the most important questions.
Monika Pawluczuk is a Polish documentary filmmaker. She is the co-author (with Katarzyna Miller) of a book, translated into several languages, entitled Being A Woman and Not Going Crazy. She is a cultural studies graduate at the American Studies Center at Warsaw University, a journalism department graduate at the Journalism Centre in Warsaw, and a DOC PRO Documentary program graduate at the Wajda School.
Dotykając powietrza (2004), Modelki (2006), Cisza. Trzecia edycja (2006), To ty się zmień (2007), Kiedy będę ptakiem (2013)
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