The Sun Rises Once A Day
Kluba represents a lyrical attitude to history when telling about life being born again in the Silesian Beskid Mountains after the wartime calamity. This poetic-surrealistic-ballad-brigand folk agit-prop with all its accessories (evil spirit – saboteur, village dunder-head, choir, emissary of good cause – strong leader) is in fact a treatise on social engineering, focusing on the problem: the authorities versus the society (…). This diversity of meanings, present throughout the picture, is fascinating and infuses ‘The Sun…’ with an aesthetic effect.
Actor, director,second unit director or assistant director, producer.
Title in Original Version : Le Soleil Se Lève Une Fois Par Jour