- Human dignity
- Freedom of speech
- Philosophy of Human Rights
- Activists / NGOs
It is a documentary film about Daniel, a young man from Lipiny - the poorest town in the southern Poland. Daniel wants out of the omnipresent misery. With a mobile phone camera in his hand he wanders round his neighbourhood asking kids and grownups questions about their dreams. Are they going to come true, at least, for some? However, in the process of Daniel’s filming there emerges a hidden layer: the love between him and his charismatic grandmother. But will he ever manage to complete his film?
Pawel Wysoczanski was born in 1980 in Swidnica, Poland. He graduated from the University of Silesia in Katowice, Krzysztof Kieslowski Faculty of Radio and Television. He is author of documentary and feature films: Point of View, Flying Education, On the Road, We Will Be Happy One Day, awarded at film festivals in Poland and abroad. Author of photo exhibition ‘In the Shadow of Sun’ documenting his travels to Ethiopia and Sudan. He is currently working on a documentary My Vertical World about a famous mountaineer Jerzy Kukuczka, as well as a film about Somalia, No Direction Home.