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by Ireneusz Grzyb, Aleksandra Gowin


Kasia and Asia are living together and running a small business clearing out apartments when the owners move away or die. Peter has recently abandoned his wife and left his job, now he rents a tiny room and works in a warehouse, packing small boxes into large ones. One day they bump into each other and it wouldn’t be a big deal if only Peter didn’t fall in love with Asia, Kasia wouldn’t be already crazy about her for quite some time and Asia would be able to return any of those feelings. Tensions increase and emotions run high but no one is prepared to make the next move, preferring to play safe instead, rather than risk crushing what they have. Essentially they manage to maintain this delicate balance but it seems inevitable that emotions cannot stay buried forever and eventually something has to give. Little crush or great disaster – what it’s gonna be?

international title: Little Crushes
original title: Male stluczk
country: Poland
sales agent: New Morning Films
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Ireneusz Grzyb, Aleksandra Gowin
film run: 75'
release date: PL 05/09/2014
screenplay: Ireneusz Grzyb
cast: Helena Sujecka, Agnieszka Pawełkiewicz, Szymon Czacki
cinematography by: Ita Zbroniec-Zajt
art director: Dorota Borkowska
costumes designer: Ilona Urbańska-Grzyb
music: Enchanted Hunters
producer: Agnieszka Dziedzic, Jakub Burakiewicz
production: Koi Studio
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