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CROSSROADS CAFE

by Leszek Wosiewicz

synopsis

A widowed mother sends her son Grześ, who has just finished high school, to Warsaw to find a well-paid job and help support the family. But he has no more luck than his neighbours in the dilapidated block of flats where the 13-year-old prostitute Dusia has attached herself to him. Grześ, who also has a retarded brother to look after, is tormented by his inability to prove he can get a decent job.

international title: Crossroads Cafe
original title: Rozdroże café
country: Poland
sales agent: Telewizja Polska (TVP) - Agencja Filmowa
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Leszek Wosiewicz
release date: PL 11/11/2005
screenplay: Leszek Wosiewicz
cast: Robert Olech, Maria Pakulnis, Jacek Rozenek, Dominika Markuszewska, Piotr Glowacki
cinematography by: Andrzej Ramlau
film editing: Leszek Wosiewicz, Krzysztof Raczyński
art director: Aneta Suskiewicz-Majka
music: Kazik Staszewski
producer: Leszek Wosiewicz
production: Odysey Film, Telewizja Polska (TVP) - Agencja Filmowa, ITI Film Studio
backing: Canal +
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