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51st Directors’ Fortnight May 15-25, 2019

Wrony

Fortnight 1994, Feature film, 1 h 06

Synopsis

“The crow” is nine-year-old. Sly and withdrawn into herself, she lives with her mother who leaves her by herself quite often. Expelled from class, “The crow” walks around the town, accosts passers-by. Lacking affection, she lures a dog by giving him cookies, but the dog goes away when she falls asleep. Passing by a villa, “The crow” sees a three-year-old little girl who smiles at her and stretches out her arms to her. The day after, she decides to kidnap her. The two children play and walk around, unaware of the dangers to which they expose themselves. “The crow” is touches by the little girl’s naivety and confidence and forgets her loneliness…

Director

Dorota Kedzierzawska

She was born in Poland. She studied human sciences in Lodz, direction in Moscou. She went back to Poland and graduated at the High cinema, TV and theater school. She directed 4 short films and a medium length one awarded in Mannheim. In 1991, he directed his first feature film Diably, diably, shown at The Directors’ Fortnight and other international festivals.

Anna Prucnal
Karolina Ostrozny
Kasia Szczepanik
Malgorzata Hajewsja

Screenplay
Dorota Kedzierzawska

Image
Arthur Reinhart

Sound
Barbara Domaradzka

Editing
Dorota Kedzierzawska, Arthur Reinhart

Music
Wlodek Pawlik

Set decoration
Magdalena Kujsczyck

PRODUCTION : “OKO” Film Studio Poltel VENTE A L’ETRANGER : Jeanine Seawell, Seawell Films (sauf USA & Canada)

Title in Original Version : Les Corneilles