33 Scenes from Life

  • December 12, 2014 / 21:00
  • December 14, 2014 / 16:00

Director: Malgorzata Szumowska
Cast: Julia Jentsch, Peter Gantzler, Maciej Stuhr
Poland; 100’, 2008, color

Polish with Turkish subtitles

The Polish artist Julia and her husband Piotr, a talented and successful composer, live in Kraków. When Julias's mother, Barbara falls ill with stomach cancer, the life of the family is falling apart. Julia accompanies her mother to death, but her husband Piotr is at rehearsals in Cologne and leaves her to cope with this difficult situation. Only her friend Adrian is at her side. Her father Jurek is also overwhelmed by the impending loss of his beloved wife. After the death of the mother her father takes comfort from alcohol. Julia found only in the arms of Adrian to rest, but this in turn destroyed her marriage to Piotr. After the loss of the parents and breakup of the marriage she is now alone in the world with an uncertain future where Adrian is of little help.

You Are God

You Are God

Suicide Room

Suicide Room

Mother Teresa of Cats

Mother Teresa of Cats

Floating Skyscrapers

Floating Skyscrapers

Life Feels Good

Life Feels Good

Lasting Moments

Lasting Moments

Tricks

Tricks

33 Scenes from Life

33 Scenes from Life

Trailer

33 Scenes from Life

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