Previously at the ICA - Films


11 Apr 2015

Jerzy Stuhr's latest film shows sixty years in the life of an ‘average citizen’ with many events from the recent history of Poland including martial law and the first free elections, up until the year 2014.

The film tells the story of Jan Bratek who regretfully always finds himself at the heart of events and becomes entangled in a plot of absurd circumstances and unpredictable events – not helped by his own clumsiness.

Citizen, dir. Jerzy Stuhr, Poland, 2014, 108 mins.

The screening is part of the 13th KINOTEKA Polish Film festival. See the full programme.

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