THE WASHING MACHINE
POLISH TITLE: PRALKA
This is a story of an old washing machine, popular in communist Poland, which is the bane of Stefan Czarniecki’s existence. His home and life become a metaphorical intersection of certain phenomena of the last three decades of Polish history.
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Ludwik Sielicki, Jakub Pączek
- Marcin Gągola
- Wydział Radia i Telewizji Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach (WRiTv UŚ)
Born in 1984 in Kraków. Graduate of Film Directing at The Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School, Katowice, Poland and History of the Church at The Pontifical Academy of Theology, Kraków, Poland. He has directed several short films based on his own scripts, among them the much acclaimed “The Washing Machine”, “Rolls of Identity”, “The Best Chicks on the Train”, “Buro” and his graduation film “The A Side”. “The 128th Rat” is his thirty-minute professional debut. He also worked as an assistant director to Maciej Pieprzyca in his feature film “Life feels good”. He is now busy editing his newest short entitled “Full Dive” as well as writing and developing several feature-length projects.