A story about people with disabilities, their sensitivity, finding their own role in life and playing the roles of others. The inspiration for the film came from film therapy workshops for people with disabilities, run by the Wrota Film Club in Gliwice. The camera serves here as a filter through which people with disabilities find it easier to show and understand their emotions and overcome their limitations, convincing themselves of their own self-worth and building up their self-confidence. The participants share a world that is far from our imagination. The key to it is imagination, and the pass is sensitivity.
Brygida Frosztega-Kmiecik – director and journalist, graduate of the Andrzej Wajda School. She makes documentaries for the Polish Television Centre in Katowice, for TVP1, TVP2 and the Polonia television channel. Her films Citizen Dorotka (2009) and The Stubborn Desire to Live (2011) have won awards at festivals and competitions.
Citizen Dorotka (2009), The Stubborn Desire to Live (2011), The Odd Movie (2013)