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MOLLY'S WAY

by Emily Atef

synopsis

In Ireland, after having spent a crazy night of love with Marcin, a young Pole, Molly decides to return to her country. She arrives in Poland in a small mining town. On finding a job as a cleaning lady in a horrible guesthouse, she gradually discovers the different reality of her dreams. A sensitive and deeply human perspective on modern-day Poland.

international title: Molly's Way
original title: Molly's Way
country: Germany
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Emily Atef
film run: 84'
screenplay: Emily Atef, Esther Bernstorff
cast: Mairead McKinley, Ute Gerlach, Geno Lechner, Miroslaw Baka
cinematography by: Patricia Lewandowska
film editing: Beatrice Babin
art director: Krystyna Lukomska
costumes designer: Monika Biardzka
production: Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlin, Underdogpictures (DE)
distributor: Dog Woof Pictures (UK)
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