The end of October turned out to be extremely lucky for the film by Piotr Sułkowski. Everything seems to suggest that the run of luck for "Play," which won the Grand Prix awards at two reviews of short films, is not over yet.

"Play" was chosen as the best experimental film at the American Indie Visions Film Festival and the best student short film by the jury of the Asian Cinematography AWARDS. Every month, both institutions select from among the submissions from all over the world and give the awards for the best short and feature-length films of various film genres.

"Play" tells the story of a man consumed by the sense of guilt because he was not brave enough to defend his mother. He plays the role of her murderer and forces his ten-year-old self to confront the trauma.