Poland , 2019, 23'19''
Director: Marcin Sauter
Producer: Ewa Jastrzębska
Cinematographer: Marcin Sauter
Writer: Marcin Sauter
Composer: Raphael Roginski
Editor: Tymoteusz Wiskirski

Synopsis: It’s good like that – Nikodem whispers to his son. They’ve wound up at the world’s end, in the harsh, deserted landscape of Spitsbergen. A town inhabited only by seagulls. They roam the tundra, the snowy wilderness, along frost-warped rails. Is it the real world? Or their recollections? Or their imaginations? Fragments of their memories accompany their strange, aimless wanderings.

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Director: Marcin Sauter
Marcin Sauter - Photographer, cinematographer and film director. Born in 1971 in Bydgoszcz. A member of the Association of Polish Art Photographers, he has had several dozen individual exhibitions of photography. He teaches at the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. He established the foundation The Bydgoszcz Newsreel. His adventure with the cinema started in 1997 when he cooperated with Maciej Cuske on the feature film "What Do You Think About It, Gałuszko?". Then, he continued with such documentaries as "The Travelling Cinema" (2005), "North From Calabria" (2009) and "Hakawati" (2011).

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