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My Flesh, My Blood

Moja krew · dir. Marcin Wrona
Poland, The Netherlands, Switzerland 2009, 91’

Igor (Eryk Lubos), a boxer, gets seriously injured during one of his fights and has to give up his career. After several unsuccessful relationships with women he starts thinking about leaving 'something' after him — a child. That is why he needs an accidentally met at the marketplace Vietnamese (Luu De Ly), who agrees to give birth to his child in exchange for Polish citizenship. Though difficult at the beginning, this meeting of people of different cultures will change everything in their lives...

Director:Marcin Wrona
Screenplay:Grażyna Trela, Marcin Wrona, Marek Pruchniewski
Music:Marcin Macuk
Cinematography:Paweł Flis
Editing:Jarosław Kamiński
Cast:Eryk Lubos, Luu de Ly, Wojciech Zieliński, Joanna Pokojska, Marek Piotrowski, Krzysztof Kolberger
Awards:Nagroda im. Zbyszka Cybulskiego dla Eryka Lubosa / Zbyszek Cybulski Award for Eryk Lubos (2009)

Marcin Wrona — film, television and theatre director. He graduated from film studies at the Jagiellonian University and film directing at the Radio and Television Department of Silesian University in Katowice. He also finished Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing and Binger Film Institute in Amsterdam. He realized several plays for the TV theatre.