Director tells about his family, far from ideal, and again speaks of death. This film is a history of Marcin Koszalka’s elder sister and her difficult relationships with parents. Even after their death the woman who appreciates joy and beauty of life above all is torturing with bitter, profound remorse. Film characters are also patients of palliative care department – incurable people and doctor taking care of them. In this film Marcin Koszalka brought together two worlds: people who deliberately prepare to die, and his sister who created the cult of life and does not recognize death.
Marcin Koszalka was born in 1970 in Cracow. He is a graduate of the Krzysztof Kieslowski Faculty of Radio and Television at the University of Silesia. He works as a cameraman of fiction films and a cameraman and director of documentaries. He has been a laureate of numerous festival awards (Nyon, Berlin, Gdynia, Cracow, Wroclaw). Directed, in particular, such documentary films as Such a Nice Boy I Gave Birth to (1999), The Birthday Celebration (2003), It’ll Be OK (2004), All Day Together (2006), User Friendly Death (2006), The Existence (2007), Dead Body (2008), Till it Hurts (2008), Sentenced for Life (2008), The Declaration of Immortality (2010), Let's Run Away From Her (2010).