Eastern European Cinema • Drama, LGBT, Romance
Struggling in her marriage and yearning for change, Nina (Julia Kijowska) longs to have a child but is unable to conceive. An accidental encounter with Magda (Eliza Rycembel), however, renews her hope. Young and independent, Magda possesses all the qualities Nina would want for a surrogate. She also awakens a repressed desire in Nina, causing her life to suddenly and unexpectedly spiral out of control. Winner of the Big Screen Award at the Rotterdam Film Festival.
DIRECTED BY OLGA CHAJDAS
POLAND | 2018 | POLISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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