The film depicts 24 hours in a small Polish town. The citizens live more or less in the shadow of the anxiety-evoking factory that dates back to the communist era. Either you have or you will work in the factory. In the middle of this indisputable truth, in this social misery, two young and unemployed friends decide that, whatever the cost, they must escape. No means are to be avoided, even if the road to follow is lined with threats and violence.

Title
Monday
Director
Witold Adamer
Country
Poland
Length
93 min
Festival
1999
Section
Open Zone
Language
Polish
Production year
1998
Original title
Poniedziakek
Cast
Bolec, Pawel Kukiz, Kinga Preis
Producer
Malgorzata Kusmierz
Script
Przemyslaw Wojcieszek, Witold Adamek

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