It is a
story of a man coming back to reality and trying to fight his fears. Krzysztof
Miller is one of the greatest Polish war photographers. He was in Croatia,
Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Congo, RPA, Uganda, Kenya, Afghanistan, Nagorno-Karabakh,
Georgia, Chechnya, Cambodia and Iraq. War memories would haunt him each time he
tried to work, choose pictures or prepare an exhibition. Personal issues made
the situation even worse and it all led to a nervous breakdown. His body and
mind stopped functioning for a while. The movie depicts his return to normal
life after six months of therapy in a Military Mental Hospital.
On 9th of
September 2016 Krzysztof Miller was found dead in his apartment.
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