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THE SUN, THE SUN BLINDED ME

by Wilhelm Sasnal, Anka Sasnal

synopsis

Inspired by Albert Camus’ The Stranger, The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me follows Rafał Mularz, a stranger in his own society who creates a daily routine and a lifestyle that protects him from the outside world. His method seems to work fine until he is confronted with another stranger. A man thrown out by the sea, an immigrant. Rafał has to make a decision: Will he confront this society unfit for strangers and take responsibility for this man? Or will he choose to continue to protect himself?

international title: The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me
original title: The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me
country: Poland, Switzerland
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Wilhelm Sasnal, Anka Sasnal
film run: 74'
screenplay: Wilhelm Sasnal, Anka Sasnal
cast: Rafał Maćkowiak
cinematography by: Wilhelm Sasnal
film editing: Beata Walentowska
art director: Marek Zawierucha
costumes designer: Ewelina Gasior
producer: Wilhelm Sasnal
production: Balapolis, Hauser & Wirth