march 16–26


Baby Blues
Baby Blues
2012 Poland 100 min N-13
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Natalia is a teen girl trying to raise her son Antek in Warsaw. The father Kuba is more concerned with skateboarding and smoking marijuana than he is with his son. When Natalia’s mother decides to move away suddenly, she leaves their apartment to the young parents who must now cope with parenthood on their own. As Kuba attempts to become more involved in the life of his son, Natalia starts to push him away. When her new friend moves into the apartment with her, things go downhill quickly. The two girls begin using heavy drugs and having very casual sex. Natalia isn’t a bad mother, but her choices are bad, and this leads to serious trouble. With characters that you become so easily attached to, this leaves the viewer feeling quite angry. The fact that the film is so realistic becomes the main reason why it’s so hard to watch. Things like this do happen, and it can be hard to accept. That makes being a witness to it very difficult.

"Mall Girls" (2009), "Baby Blues" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

About Directors

Kasia Roslaniec (b. 1980 in Poland)
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Director(s) - Kasia Roslaniec
Screenwriter(s) - Kasia Roslaniec
Actors - Magdalena Berus, Nikodem Rozbicki, Klaudia Bulka, Michal Trzeciakowski
Producer(s) - Agnieszka Kurzydlo, Inga Kruk
Cinematographer - Jens Ramborg
Editor(s) - Bartosz Pietras, Jacek Drosio
Composer(s) - Michael Filimowicz
Sales agent - ZENTROPA
Distributor -
Production company -
Dialogues - Polish
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
"Mall Girls" (2009), "Baby Blues" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

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