The third day of the festival was a nostalgic moment. On one hand, it was rich in new emotions and experiences. On the other hand, it is already half of the festival which we would like to last for much longer. Here is our summary of the third day of the 43rd Polish Film Festival.
The third day of the festival opened with premieres of three movies participating in the main contest. The audience enjoyed “The Mute” by Bartosz Konopka, “Werewolf” by Adrian Panek and “7 Emotions” by Marek Koterski.
The atmosphere of a film holiday filled the city completely. People enjoy walks around the city center, meeting with filmmakers and chats with other film enthusiasts. These great experiences are even more pleasant thanks to the beautiful weather. One thing is sure, all participants and visitors of the 43rd Polish Film Festival cannot regret spending this week in Tricity.
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On the third day of the festival, we had an opportunity to enjoy one of the favorites of the festival – Cold War.
This passionate story involves the viewer from the very beginning. The plot develops in the ruins of post-war Poland. As a result, the audience gets an additional insight into the reality of those days. A very strong side of the movie is an amazing music which involves Polish folk songs.
The director of the movie, Pawel Pawlikowski uses the black & white film to tell the history. A very good use of this form makes the movie even more attractive. Cold War is beautiful, subtle and definitely worth watching more than once.
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Read more about the 43rd Polish Film Festival in our articles:
Polish Film Festival Schedule
Tickets and passes at Polish Film Festival 2018
The History of Polish Film Festival in Gdynia
The First Day at Polish Film Festival 2018
The Second Day at Polish Film Festival 2018