WEATHER / POGODA NA JUTRO
Twelve years ago, Jozéf Koziol (played by Jerzy Stuhr), a married man with three kids, entered a monastery. When he steps in for a sick priest at a concert, his wife recognizes him – and a scandal ensues. He is thrown out of the monastery and now tries to get in touch with his family. But while he was living as “Brother Joséf” behind thick walls, the world around him changed – not just Poland’s political system, but also ethical and moral values, the media and a lot more: Jozéf’s Son Marcin (played by Jerzy Stuhr’s son Maciej) works for the election-campaign of a shady politician; his oldest daughter Ola lives in a glass-container, with an entire nation of television-viewers watching her every move; Kinga, the youngest, is only interested in the internet and her drug-dealer boyfriend. Joséf’s wife has taken up with a criminal who finances her comfortable lifestyle. So there is a lot to do for the absentee father who now moves into his own garage to be close to his family. His son gets him a job as the politician’s driver. At first, it is difficult for him to get close to his kids, then he creates a lot of chaos – all family-members end up in the hospital at some point – but in the end this tragic comedy seems to be making a happier turn. Maybe tomorrow the weather will be good, after all.
Caligari: 23.04. / 8 p.m.