One of the most important female figures in contemporary cinema, director and screenwriter Agnieszka Holland has a filmography that includes numerous commercial and critical successes. She was a representative of the Polish New Wave and her early works are classified as part of the Cinema of Moral Unrest. In her work, she frequently explores the difficult fate of the individual in the world or society and places her characters in trying existential circumstances. Agnieszka Holland’s films often touch on topical political and social issues and her latest picture Spoor, adapted from a novel by Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk, is no exception in that regard.

Screening with Q&A:
Spoor – March 24 at 8 pm, Cinestar Anděl, hall 9.

Spoor / Pokot / Přes kosti mrtvých (Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Sweden, Slovakia) Director: Agnieszka Holland (Central Park )

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