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Dog Hill, The

Marysina polana · dir. Grzegorz Zariczny
Poland 2010, 39’

Document. On the wide mountain slope, somewhere below the wood the smoke is coming from the highlander's  house. In order to get there it is necessary to pass closed Polish-Slovakian frontier crossing and to turn deeply into the wood. In the hose live four men. By the half of the year they are doomed for each other presence. Every day they have to shepherd and milk 400 sheeps. Every next day they become closer and then they start talking seriously about… women.

Director:Grzegorz Zariczny
Screenplay:Grzegorz Zariczny
Cinematography:Weronika Bilska
Editing:Grzegorz Zariczny

Grzegorz Zariczny was born in a village near Cracov in 1983. He studies direction on The Krzysztof Kieślowski Faculty of Radio and Television at the Silesia University. He finished the documentary course at The Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Direction.