After a huge explosion, only an old couple remains in an abandoned city. An old woman wanders tediously through empty streets. She passes by the statues of some now completely irrelevant and long-forgotten victories. In the shop windows, she sees some abandoned and dead mannequins. In short flashback, we get to see those, who will never return to the city. Marta Pajek’s film is a post-apocalyptic portrait of the world where the human being and its existence means no more than a split second. The film is the missing part of the trilogy “Impossible Figures and other stories”.
The residents of an apartment building are forced to deal with the difficult situation that their top floor neighbor once again puts them in.
At the edge of the forest stood a house inhabited by a married couple and two adult sons. The film begins during their ordinary existence. A ringing alarm clock indicates that it is time to start the show. Father and son Andrew start a theater for the mother. The second son, Stephen is awaiting the arrival of his partner. A girl on a motorcycle pulls up to the cottage. Stefan quickly puts on his suit and jumps out the window. The couple is leaving.
Ida is on the train. While traveling she loses parts of her body: an arm, a leg. The brain blooms! Fellow passengers don't notice anything. Surreal horror with a happy ending. The film is dedicated to the Brazilian neurologist Dr. Coimbra and everyone who experiences MS disease (multiple sclerosis).
Who am I? A very frustrating question everyone has to answer. It is a stream of consciousness touching a universal problem which appears in very young persons head on a certain chapter of ones life. It is also a simple attempt to take a look at concept of identity. The answear for all those questions is often hard to find.
An original and surreal story about a Dachshund, who, enclosed in a wedding cake, bodes for the happiness of the young couple. The joyful disposition of the dog gives the mood to the animation, which in light and humorous way tackles the universal and significant in the present-day problem of the superficiality and ritualism of the most important moments and decisions in life.
Illusive phenomena are something we instinctively dismiss and forget. But what should we do when they accompany us every waking hour? Tired man starts questioning if the floaters he sees are only a defect of his eyes. Animation inspired by myodesopsia – condition of perceiving eye floaters when staring into bright light.
A 12-year-old girl named Iris is deaf and speaks Polish Sign Language. The mother tells her the story about the whale called Blue 52 , which is known as the most lonely whale in the whole world. It uses a different language that others do not understand and is excluded because of his dissimilarity. The girl goes to meet the whale. Her struggles are being watched by her father, who does not accept sign language and requires her to use only phonic language.