Till Death Do Us Part

I nie opuszczę Cię aż do śmierci

  • Description
  • Cast and crew
  • Duration: 30’
  • Resolution: SD
  • Year: 1999

This documentary shows searching for happiness in harsh conditions. The main characters are two men, who call themselves one good person. This nickname means that only together they have all the senses and abilities of one healthy person. In fact, Franek is intellectually challenged and acts as hands and legs, while Andrzej barely moves and acts as the brain. They live together and, when they combine their abilities, they are relatively self-sufficient. For now, their biggest problem is that they do not have got female companions. They actively look for wives but have not succeeded so far. Years ago they agreed that Franek would not leave Andrzej unless he gets married first. Andrzej and Franek agreed to become the main characters of a documentary as they want others to understand their life and perhaps learn something and make their conclusions. Their idea worked well as the movie is impressive and thought-provoking.

  • Awards:
  • 2000 Krakow Film Festival – Special Mention
  • 2001 European Film Awards – Nomination
  • 2001 “The Way We Live” Film Festival – Munich – First Prize
  • 2002 Dahlonega International Film Festival – Grand Prix for Best Short Documentary; Best Director
  • 2002 Blue Sea Film Festival – Golden Baltic Herring; The Best Professional Documentary Film Award
  • 2002 Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival – Grand Prix
  • 2003 Worldfest Independent Film Festival Houston – Silver Remi Award for Ethnic/Cultural Film and Video
  • 2004 Disability Film Festival – Moscow – Best Movie about Love & Friendship


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