email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

JOANNA

by Feliks Falk

synopsis

Occupation time. A young woman, whose husband disappeared during the war, takes care of an abandoned Jewish girl. The presence of the girl in Joanna’s apartment is the source of constant fear. Soon, the woman is the victim of denunciation. During an inspection a German officer becomes interested in Joanna and discovers her secret. To save the child, she gets into a "romance" with the German.

international title: Joanna
original title: Joanna
country: Poland
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Feliks Falk
film run: 105'
screenplay: Feliks Falk
cast: Urszula Grabowska, Joachim Assboeck, Stanislawa Celinska, Sara Knothe
cinematography by: Piotr Śliskowski
film editing: Krzysztof Szpetmański
art director: Bartlomiej Gliniak
costumes designer: Magdalena Biedrzycka
music: Bartlomiej Gliniak
producer: Michał Kwieciński
production: Akson Studio, Narodowe Centrum Kultury
backing: Polish Film Institute
distributor: ITI Cinema
(The article continues below - Commercial information)