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A FEW PEOPLE, A LITTLE TIME

by Andrzej Barański

synopsis

Warsaw during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Hard times and the “literary Tuesdays” of the poet Miron Bialoszewski define the interior drama of the blind Jadwiga Stańczak. The ageing woman, burdened with a tyrannical father, offers her services to the self-centred Miron. She copies down his texts from a tape recorder, organises his schedule and his trips. He is fascinated by her pragmatism and her way of perceiving the world she cannot see with her eyes.

international title: A Few People, a Little Time
original title: Parę osób, mały czas
country: Poland
sales agent: Telewizja Polska (TVP) - Agencja Filmowa
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Andrzej Barański
release date: PL 27/04/2007
screenplay: Andrzej Barański
cast: Krystyna Janda, Andrzej Hudziak, Violetta Arlak
cinematography by: Dariusz Kuc
film editing: Wanda Zeman
art director: Arkadiusz Kośmider
producer: Paweł Rakowski, Krzysztof Gierat
production: Telewizja Polska (TVP) - Agencja Filmowa
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