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Polish director Piotr Domalewski’s film ‘I Never Cry’ wins awards in Germany

07.01.2021 15:30
“I Never Cry”, a feature by Polish director Piotr Domalewski, has scored a major success at the 30th Eastern Europe Film Festival in Cottbus, Germany. 
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Pixabay licence

The film received an audience award, an award from the Ecumenical Jury and the Best Director prize.

The film is a Poland-Ireland co-production. Its main protagonist is an 18-year-old Polish girl who travels to Ireland to collect the body of her father, who died in a work accident there.

The film had its world premiere at last year’s film festival in San Sebastian, Spain.

It was showered with awards at the Polish Film Festival in December, winning prizes for best script (for Domalewski), best soundtrack (for Hania Rani) and best debut for Zofia Stafiej, who stars in the main role.

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