A hipster manifesto from Generation Me: Natalia and Kuba are both seventeen and the parents of Antoś, whom they predominantly regard as a plaything or accessory. Having children is hip after all; Angelia Jolie and Britney Spears also have them. The little one isn't allowed to disturb anyone however, neither the grandparents nor the parents, whilst they're studying, skateboarding or working in a fashionable clothes shop. A controversial and unconventional portrayal of a society with new values, the film was the recipient of the Crystal Bear, the Berlinale's children's and youth film prize.
35mm | Farbe / colour
Marcin Kasiński, Kacper Habisiak
Magdalena Berus, Nikodem Rozbicki, Michał Trzeciakowski, Klaudia Bułka, Mikołaj und Dominik Łubek, Magdalena Boczarska, Katarzyna Figura, Renata Dancewicz, Jan Frycz, Mateusz Kościukiewicz, Danuta Stenka
Zentropa International Poland
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Kasia Rosłaniec - – born in Malbork, Poland in 1980. Graduated from Warsaw Film School and in 2008 studied at the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. Her graduation film, GALERIANKI, featured at the FilmFestival Cottbus back in 2009 and won the best actress award. Entitled MALL GIRLS, the production proved an international success.
GALERIANKI (2006, short)
GALERIANKI (2009, Prize for an Outstanding Actress Cottbus 2009