Agnieszka Osiecka was a poet, a director, a journalist, and a leading figure in the pantheon of great Poles. She authored over 2000 songs, skits and stage works. ‘The poetess of broken colour’, as she was named by Jan Kott, wrote lyrics for songs which remain all-time top hits in Polish popular music. Her songs were performed by the most celebrated Polish singers, such as Maryla Rodowicz, Edyta Geppert, Sława Przybylska, Anna Szałapak, Seweryn Krajewski or Skaldowie. On the one hand, Agnieszka was a brilliant poet, the life and soul of the party, but on the other, she was also a restless spirit, a sensitive and delicate human. The viewers can follow dozens of years of her fascinating life - from her early youth, through years of studying at the Łódź Film School and working in famous student theatres, until times of her spectacular success and great fame. The action is set against the backdrop of the Polish colourful social life between the mid-1950s until mid-90s and it is focused not only on her professional career but also it centres on some facts from her private life, which was very complicated, full of bad choices and suffering. The decisions she used to make were often very difficult to accept by her nearest and dearest. Osiecka, however, remained independent and faithful to her principles until the end of her days.