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The Good Change (Dobra Zmiana)

The Good Change – Poles Apart is a unique documentary analysis of the conflict, which is tearing Poland apart and is an example an early glimpse of the populist movement spreading throughout the Western world. The story is led by two Polish women and their families representing the country’s deep ideological split and revealing a nation at a crossroads. Marta’s conservative family represent the ‘new Poland’: Far-Right, Catholic and patriotic, ready to leave the EU. Tita’s liberal family is cosmopolitan and atheistic, happy to live in the EU. We follow them to see if a political compromise is still possible. We see top Polish politicians in the background as they play their game, pushing citizens further and further towards cold civil war. Read more below.

The Good Change – Poles Apart is a unique documentary analysis of the conflict, which is tearing Poland apart and is an example an early glimpse of the populist movement spreading throughout the Western world. The story is led by two Polish women and their families representing the country’s deep ideological split and revealing a nation at a crossroads. Marta’s conservative family represent the ‘new Poland’: Far-Right, Catholic and patriotic, ready to leave the EU. Tita’s liberal family is cosmopolitan and atheistic, happy to live in the EU. We follow them to see if a political compromise is still possible. We see top Polish politicians in the background as they play their game, pushing citizens further and further towards cold civil war.

77 minutes; Language: Polish with English subtitles

Director:
Konrad Szołajski

Photography:
Michal Slusarczyk

Editor:
Pawel Kowalik
Malgorzata Prociak

Producer:
Malgorzata Prociak

Production Company:
ZK Studio, TS Productions

Distributor:
LOGTV

SCREENINGS

• Theatrical Polish Premiere: October 12, 2018

• US Premiere: Polish Film Festival in America, November 5 Gallery Theater, Chicago

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