It is sunny and hot summer in Argentina, 1953. Political storms and rushes are frightening the whole country, except one, priviliged bunch of people – Polish immigrants living in Argentina.
Witold is just in between his forties and fifties, tired of life and diseases, polish writer. He is visiting his friend, Jan Jankowski, in his big country house. Witold is already famous, well know, controversial, but still poor and, first of all, tired. He is looking quiet and peace, which he needs to finish his book.
But it seems like a hard task this summer. It is school brake for Jan’s daughter, Marisa, who is suddenly fifteen and her two friends – Lena (14) and Andrea (10) are accompanying her at the farm. For all three teenagers, who have nothing to do, an older, eccentric writer is a true attraction, even if they wouldn’t like to admit it at once. Lazy adventures, first love, new friendships, initial booze and very shy, but thrilling erotic discoveries mark that time and make it so unique.
For Witold, the intense feeling that everything is coming to the end can be sensed at each and every step. Everything is just a reflection of his own feelings which are centred around time, youth, elderliness, evanescence. His relationships with girls, with friends, ex-lovers, the little intrigues and some serious conspiracies seem like pieces of some forgotten stories from the past.
A series of unexpected events is almost overlooked, but what seemed to be just a minor oddity is turning into disturbing new reality. The illusion is destroyed. Once again we can see that nobody – neither the girls, nor the writers, poets, agronoms and even Witold, can fully free oneself’s from masks, costumes and situations, in which they are captured by social frames.
Studied at Kiev Karpenko-Karyi University of Theatre, Movie & TV- faculty of theatre critic and at Kiev Taras Shevchenko National University – faculty of International journalism.
She is a founder and for some time was an editor in chief and main author of Ukrainian magazine about theatre in Internet TEATRE.
Her numerous shorts have been screened in countries across the world i.e. USA, India, Spain, France, Greece, Uzbekistan, Germany, Armenia etc. and awarded with numerous awards.
Curator and cofounder of contemporary drama festival in Kiev WEEK OF NEW DRAMA (2011-2013)
WHEN THE TREES ARE FALLING was awarded the Best Project of the OIFF 2014 Pitching contest for feature film project.
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