Poland, 1974, 15'
A journalist and a photo-reporter visit Urszula Flis, who runs a country farm. A single young woman living on her own, Flis is far from the typical villager of the time: she is cultured and interested more in books than in animals – a profile which turns her into an object of interest for journalists. Lozinski will revisit her twenty-four years later, in the film So It Doesn't Hurt, which will go deeper into the examination of the same themes of loneliness, vulnerability and journalistic intrusion.
20 March, 18:00, Cinema Elvire Popesco