Krzysztof Grabień is a young orphaned son of a school teacher. He arrives at the seaside to look for a job in a newly built port of Gdynia. It is early 1923 and a lot of people from the whole Poland go there, hoping to achieve wealth and to take part in a new great national initiative that is building a new, major industrial centre at the Baltic Sea. Young Krzysztof does not know what to do and how to cope with the rapidly changing reality of the beginnings of the city of Gdynia. Against the background of the youth loves and struggles, appears the work of engineers and thousands of people from all the levels of society. They are all united in the effort of building the city that has changed the political and economic situation of the Baltic Sea region in the 1920s.
Rebellious Agata comes to a
small town to work at a religious camp. A seventeen-year old Mirek, a son of
the local church organist, falls in love with her. As it turns out his
grandfather, who suffers from dementia, mistakes...
In the winter of 1903
aÂ bunch of figures created by the master painter Jacek Malczewski escape
the canvas. Fauns, chimeras, vodniks, undines, and other fantastic creatures
brought to life by aÂ paintbrush of the famed artist...
A comedy of errors about the
vicissitudes of two married couples. MichaÅ and Ewa lead
aÂ relatively stable life, which is governed by their good jobs and Ewaâs
second pregnancy. Kasia and Bartek, meanwhile, are facing severe...