1981, a provincial town in Poland, not far from Gdańsk: the Solidarity movements calls for nationwide strikes, the state answers with the introduction of martial law. Janek's punk band hits out with provocative texts against the establishment, and yet there's more to the rebellious image than meets the eye; whilst history is being made in the background, Janek's more interested in music and his first love Basia. The fact that he is the son of a marine captain and she the daughter of a dissident family makes the situation particularly difficult. WSZYSTKO CO KOCHAM was recently selected as Poland's candidate for the 2011 Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
35mm | Farbe / colour
Tomasz Dukszta, Zofia Gołębiowska, Bartłomiej Woźniak
Agnieszka Glińska, Krzysztof Szpetmański
Mateusz Kościukiewicz, Olga Frycz, Andrzej Chyra, Anna Radwan
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Jacek Borcuch - born 1970 in Kwidzyń, Poland. Studied philosophy at the University of Warsaw and acting at the Warsaw Theatre Academy as well as the Baduszkowa Studio in Gdynia.