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Skylights, The

Jasne, błękitne okna · dir. Bogusław Linda
Poland 2006, 95’

A phone call from a childhood friend Sygita makes Beata to visit her little hometown. The visit is short, but enough to bring back memories. Beata and Sygita grew up together  small town. While the first made a choice to live in a big city and to make acting carrier paid with loneliness and humiliation, the later stayed in her family town to lead a family life with her drinking husband and daughter. Their meeting after a long time awakens their close friendship, soon to be put to a challenge. How much are they still able to sacrifice for each other?

Director:Bogusław Linda
Screenplay:Rafał Sabara, Edyta Czepiel-Zadura, Arkadiusz Borowik
Music:Wojciech Waglewski, Katarzyna Nosowska
Cinematography:Arkadiusz Tomiak
Editing:Ewa Romanowska-Różewicz
Cast:Joanna Brodzik, Beata Kawka, Jacek Braciak, Bogusław Linda, Marian Dziędziel, Jerzy Trela