Bromski gets ready to shoot thrilling Entanglement
by Dorota Hartwich
Charismatic Warsaw prosecutor, Teodor Szacki, is a distinctive character in the legal circles of the Polish capital. On June 5, 2005, he opens a new investigation to find out who is guilty of a murder committed during a group therapy session, in a monastery in the town centre.
The victim is one of the therapy participants, a pale and sly character who, according to initial theories, was killed by accident during a break-in. But Szacki doesn’t believe this version...
This is the starting point of Entanglement (Uwikłanie) by Zygmunt Miłoszewski, which won the prize for Best Polish Detective Novel in 2007 and is being adapted for the big screen by Jacek Bromski (Love in the Year of the Tiger). Shooting will start in early July in Krakow.
Besides the screenplay, the project has the additional asset of a first-rate cast, including Polish film stars Maja Ostaszewska (Katyń), Marek Bukowski (By the River Nowhere), Andrzej Seweryn (Little Rose [+see also:
film profile]), Piotr Adamczyk (Karol: A Man Who Became Pope) and Olgierd Łukaszewicz (General Nil [+see also:
Entanglement is produced by Studio Filmowe Zebra for €1.6m, including €500,000 in backing from the Polish Film Institute. The film will be lensed by talented DoP Marcin Koszalka (The Reverse [+see also:
interview: Agata Buzek - actress
interview: Borys Lankosz
film profile]), who is also one of Poland’s most controversial documentary filmmakers.
(Translated from French)
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