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The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me (Słońce, to słońce mnie oślepiło)

Part of the Focus on Poland Strand

Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

  • 15

  • 74 mins

  • 2016

  • Poland, Switzerland

  • Polish

Cast Rafał Maćkowiak, Małgorzata Zawadzka, Edet Bassey

  • Director of Photography: Wilhelm Sasnal

  • Editor: Beata Walentowska

  • Produced by: Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

  • Screenplay by: Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

  • Production Designer: Marek Zawierucha

  • Sound Production: Igor Kłaczyński

Director Bio

Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

Director Bio

Anka Sasnal is a director, editor and scriptwriter. She studied Polish literature at Pedagogical University of Kraków and Gender Studies at Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Wilhelm Sasnal is a painter and filmmaker. He studied architecture at the Kraków Polytechnic and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. They both live and work in Kraków, Poland.

Body

Anka and Wilhelm Sasnal are a filmmaking couple responsible for some of the most extraordinary films of contemporary Polish cinema. Their latest film reworks Camus’ L’Étranger into a modern Polish context in which the colonial mindset becomes that of the neo-nationalist. Rafał has barely seen his late mother put into the ground when he is being confronted with the fallout from a reck-less and impulsive act of violence against an immigrant. Resisting the easy psychology of a narrative voiceover, the Sasnals have created a brutally austere and arresting poetic work.

Supported by Polish Audiovisual Centre Foundation.



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