All That I Love

All That I Love  {Wszystko, co kocham}
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All That I Love
Wszystko, co kocham
Poland, 2009, 95 Minute Running Time
Topics: Buddy Picture, Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama, History, Music, Political
Program: Awards Buzz : Best Foreign Language Film
Language: Polish English Sub-Titles

Full of warmth and energy, All That I Love follows the transition of four small town youths from boys to men against the backdrop of political turmoil and the rise of the Solidarity movement. 1981 marks a beautiful spring in Poland. In a seaside town, Janek (Mateusz Kosciukiewicz, who just nabbed Poland’s best young actor award), the 18-year-old son of a navy captain, forms a punk-rock band to express the things that matter to him most. His life is all about music and his first great love Basia, but things are about to change.

Massive strikes organized by the Solidarity movement sweep through Poland and the Communist party is secretly preparing to impose a martial law. Tension in the country grows and teenage rebellion becomes dangerous. A clash with a martial law commissar and a death of a loved one will change Janek's world forever. Deftly combining music, romance, politics and family drama, this autobiographical third feature by Jacek Borcuch is a thorough charmer. Winner, Audience Award, Gydinia Film Festival, New York Polish Film Festival; FIPRESCI Award, Festroia.

DIRECTOR: Jacek Borcuch
Producer: Jan Dworak, Kamila Polit, Renata Czarnkowska-Listos
Editor: Agnieszka Glinska, Krzysztof Szpetmanski
Screenwriter: Jacek Borcuch
Cinematographer: Michal Englert
Music: Daniel Bloom
Principal Cast: Mateusz Kosciukiewicz, Olga Frycz, Jakub Gierszal, Andrzej Chyra
Filmography: Tulips (2004), Cauliflower (1999)
Print Source: Palisades Tartan - www.PalisadesTartin.com


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