A young couple live in a nice house at the outskirts of Warsaw. Their painfully boring and run-of-the-mill existence is identical with that of thousands around them. But while spending a weekend in the countryside they discover the dark side of their nature. And it demands a blood offering. Short vacation suddenly turns into a struggle for survival.
Wojciech Kasperski studied Philosophy at University of Gdansk; Film Direction at the Film School in Lodz and attended workshops and courses at NFTS in Beaconsfield, La Femis in Paris and VGiK in Moscow.
During the studies, he started working as a documentary film maker, producing his films mainly in Russia, in far Siberia, visiting small villages and secluded societies. Directly following his studies at the Polish National Film School in 2007, he co-funded independent film production company Vostok8.
His short films have won over forty awards and were shown at international festivals in Los Angeles, New York, London, Beijing, Moscow and Cannes (2007 section Tous les cinemas du monde).
Minister of Culture Scholarship holder, expert of Polish Film Institute. Wojciech Kasperski was chosen by the European Film Academy to take part in annual “Sunday in…” meetings. The winner of the Laur, Russian Film Academy award for 2006 best documentary.
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