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by Jagoda Szelc


Mula lives with her husband, sick mother and daughter Nina in a countryside house. At the weekend before Nina’s First Holy Communion, her brother with his family come for a visit together with Kaja – Mula’s younger sister, who disappeared suddenly 6 years earlier. Kaja is Nina’s biological mother. Mula is afraid that unstable Kaja might want to take her daughter away. The rest of the family, who at first keep their distance from Kaja, start to believe that this might be a new beginning for them and a chance for the sisters to reconcile. All this makes Mula even more frustrated and she decides to kick Kaja out. On the day of the First Holy Communion the sisters put their differences aside. However, there is a whole other reason why Kaja came home in the first place.

international title: Tower. A Bright Day
original title: Wieza. Jasny dzien
country: Poland
sales agent: Media Move
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Jagoda Szelc
film run: 106'
release date: PL 18/09/2017
screenplay: Jagoda Szelc
cast: Anna Krotoska, Malgorzata Szczerbowska, Anna Zubrzycki, Dorota Lukasiewicz, Rafal Kwietniewski, Rafal Cieluch, Laila Hennessy, Artur Krajewski, Ida Kwietniewska, Igor Kwietniewski
cinematography by: Przemyslaw Brynkiewicz
film editing: Anna Garncarczyk
music: Teoniki Rozynek
producer: Marcin Malatynski
co-producer: Agata Golanska, Kacper Habisiak, Agnieszka Janowska, Andrzej Jedrzejewski, Maciej Ostoja-Czynski, Rafał Bubnicki
executive producer: Dariusz Duzynski
production: Indeks Film Studio, Centrala Film Sp. z o.o., Odra Film, Dreamsound, Heliograf
backing: Polish Film Institute/Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej
distributor: Against Gravity
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