Polish pearls in Cannes
This year, the Cannes Film Festival will take place for the 72nd time, bringing the most important filmmakers and the brightest shining movie stars to the Cote d'Azur. And although until May 14, the festival opening dates, we still have a moment, the media has already begun to speculate on the most important films of the year. Polish productions appear among the favorites, which have been whispered in the industry so far.
Jan Komasa's "Corpus Christi" is about a young criminal who, claiming to be a priest, changes the life of the local community. The second picture is "All Inclusive" by Małgorzata Szumowska about a group of women who are taking part in a trip to Morocco. & Nbsp; Do not expect, however, that a trip will change their lives forever. The director's appearance & nbsp; in Cannes & nbsp; is quite unexpected, because so far she has shown her films for the first time in Berlin.
Journalists' expectations also mention Mariko Saga, a Japanese director & nbsp; living in Poland. Her "Taste Of Pho" focuses on the relationship of father and daughter presented against the background of the fate of the Vietnamese minority in Warsaw.
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