Wilhelm Sasnal y Anka Sasnal

Wilhelm Sasnal and Anka Sasnal | Poland, United Kingdom | 2014 | 66 min. | V.O. Polish subtitled in Spanish and English

The artists Wilhelm and Anka Sasnal return to feature films after It Looks Pretty From A Distance, with a much more intense use of the force of the human body on screen,represented in a basic physicality that seems to transpire through the frame. The protagonists of the film, which is more a sensorial allegory than a story, are a man about to take his last breath, with an ailing body marked by long years of factory work, a woman in the prime of life, with an insatiable appetite,who is also the food source for the third character, her newborn baby. A family that is formed by chance, in which the baby and the old man (life and death) are almost parasitic forces on the body of this woman in her prime.


Direction: Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

Script: Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal

Cinematography: Wilhelm Sasnal

Editing: Beata Walentowska

Sound: Igor Kłaczyński

Cast: Joanna Drozda, Jerzy Gajlikowski, Wojtek Słowik

Production: Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal, Sadie Coles


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