Ava (2017)
BPM (Beats Per Minute) (2017)
Happy End (2017)
Jupiter's Moon (2017)
The Square (2017)
Redoubtable (2017)
A Ciambra (2017)
previous
next
Choose your language en | es | fr | it

BERLIN 2016 Poland

email print share on facebook share on twitter share on google+

Berlin's Polish entry United States of Love unveils new still and poster (Exclusive)

by 

- The new film by Tomasz Wasilewski, who made a huge splash with Floating Skyscrapers, will have its world premiere in the most prominent showcase at Berlin

Berlin's Polish entry United States of Love unveils new still and poster (Exclusive)
Julia Kijowska in United States of Love

United States of Love [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Tomasz Wasilewski
film profile
]
, the third feature by 35-year-old Polish filmmaker Tomasz Wasilewski, who was popular with his previous opus, Floating Skyscrapers [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Tomasz Wasilewski
festival scope
film profile
]
 (winner of the East of the West section at Karlovy Vary in 2013 and presented at a raft of international events), will be unveiled as a world premiere in competition at the 66th Berlin Film Festival (11-21 February 2016). 

(The article continues below - Commercial information)

“It’s a story about women, starring women, and told by women. I chose this angle because a woman’s point of view interests me particularly and has done for a long time,” Wasilewski confessed to Cineuropa. “The plot of United States of Love unfolds against a very important social and political backdrop that puts the emphasis on a specific point in history. But it’s also a reflection of the emotional states of women, who, in my opinion, were more sensitive than men to the political turning point represented by the fall of communism.”

Check out the poster and a new still from the film below.

(Łukasz Simlat, Michał Grzybowski, Magdalena Cielecka, Marta Nieradkiewicz and Julia Kijowska in United States of Love)

Cannes NEXT
 

latest news

 

more news

Newsletter

Follow us on

facebook twitter rss

Swiss Films Cannes