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Rewers · dir. Borys Lankosz
Poland 2009, 101’

The film is set in the present and in 1950s Warsaw. The main character is Sabina (Agata Buzek), a quiet, shy woman who has just turned thirty. Clearly, she lacks a man in her life. Her mother (Krystyna Janda) knows all about it and tries hard to find a good husband. The grandmother (Anna Polony), an eccentric lady with a sharp tongue from whom no secret can be concealed also gets involved. Successive admirers arrive at the pre-war tenement, but Sabina is interested in none of them. One day, appearing out of nowhere, comes the charming, intelligent, and good-looking Bronislaw (Marcin Dorociński). His presence sparks off a series of unexpected events revealing the darker side of the women’s nature…

Director:Borys Lankosz
Screenplay:Andrzej Bart
Music:Włodzimierz Pawlik
Cinematography:Marcin Koszałka
Editing:Wojciech Anuszczyk
Cast:Agata Buzek, Krystyna Janda, Marcin Dorociński, Anna Polony, Adam Woronowicz, Łukasz Konopka
Awards:Złote Lwy / Golden Lions – Najlepszy Film / Best Film, Najlepsze Zdjęcia / Best Cinematography, Najlepsza Pierwszoplanowa Rola Kobieca / Best Actress – Agata Buzek, Najlepsza Drugoplanowa Rola Męska / Best Supporting Actor – Marcin Dorociński, Cztery Nagrody Specjalne / Four Special Awards (FPFF Gdynia 2009); Najlepszy Film / Best Film, Najlepsza Główna i Drugoplanowa Rola Kobieca / Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, Najlepsza Muzyka / Best Music, Najlepsza Scenografia / Best Scenography, Najlepsze Kostiumy / Best Costums, Odkrycie Roku / Dicovery of The Year – Borys Lankosz (Polskie Nagrody Filmowe Orły / Polish Film Awards Eagles 2009)

Borys Lankosz was born in 1973 in Cracow. Director, he graduate of the Directing Department of the Polish Film School in Łódź. Creator of documentaries and short features. Reverse is his first feature-length film.