Michał Koterski, Marcin Dorociński, Katarzyna Figura, Gabriela Muskała, Małgorzata Bogdańska, Andrzej Chyra, Robert Więckiewicz, Cezary Pazura. Adam Woronowicz, Maja Ostaszewska,
Polska z angięlskimi napisami
Premiera w Polsce
THE MOVIE IS IN POLISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
FILM WYŚWIETLANY JEST PO POLSKU Z ANGIELSKIMI NAPISAMI
Polish master storyteller Marek Koterski returns with another quirky dramedy about the joys and hardships of life. His latest feature “7 Emotions” is based on a wild and unpredictable concept. It is a rare kind of film that does not have any equivalent in the history of cinema! A truly one-of-a-kind, meaningful, sharp, poignant story bursting with Koterski’s quintessential comic banter and whimsy and starring crème de la crème of Polish actors. Adaś Miauczyński, the key character in the director’s oeuvre whose role was performed by a number of actors throughout the years, is being played for the first time by Michał Koterski who is realizing his greatest acting dream. The great Maja Ostaszewska and Adam Woronowicz fill the roles of Miauczyński’s parents with bravado and emotional sophistication, while the supporting cast includes Marcin Dorociński, Katarzyna Figura, Małgorzata Bogdańska, Gabriela Muskała, Robert Więckiewicz, Andrzej Chyra, Tomasz Karolak, Sonia Bohosiewicz, Joanna Kulig, Łukasz Simlat, Edyta Herbuś, Magdalena Cielecka and Cezary Pazura, among many other.
Adaś Miauczyński recalls some of the most memorable episodes of his childhood years when – as most of us – he had considerable problems with identifying the emotions he felt inside. To improve the quality of his adult life he makes a decision to go back to the period that was not, as it turns out, as cheerful and carefree as he remembered. His mission: to learn how to fully experience seven of the most fundamental human emotions. This exceedingly unpredictable journey to the past results in a plethora of funny – often hilarious – situations but also leads to many touching and thought-provoking moments.
“7 Emotions” was shot by cinematographer Jerzy Zieliński, awarded for his work on “Summer Solstice” at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, who has already worked with Marek Koterski on “Man, Chicks Are Just Different.” The crew consisted of seasoned film industry professionals: production designer Przemysław Kowalski (“Day of the Wacko,” “We’re All Christs”), costume designer Justyna Stolarz (“Pitbull: Tough Women,” “Secret Wars”), makeup artist Tomasz Matraszek (“The Last Family,” “Volta”), and Marek Koterski’s frequent collaborator editor Ewa Smal. The film was produced by Włodzimierz Niderhaus of the Documentary and Feature Film Studios in Warsaw in partnership with Orka Postproduction Studio. It was co-funded by the Polish Film Institute. Kino Świat will release the film in Polish theatres.