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Tomorrow's Weather

DIRECTOR: Jerzy Stuhr

About

Title:
Tomorrow's Weather
Director:
Jerzy Stuhr
Genre:
comedy
Year of production:
2003
Premiere:
2003-09-30
Technical specs:
Color, 1:1,85, Dolby Stereo, 95 min.
Admissions:
217 820
Production:

Zebra Film Studio, Polish Television TVP S.A.

Co-production:

Documentary and Feature Film Production Company, ITI Film Studio

Producer:

Juliusz Machulski

Executive Producer:
Jacek Moczydłowski
Co-financing:

Film Production Agency

Synopsis

Józef Kozioł, a former teacher and ambulance driver, after 17 years spent in a cloister, is expelled by the church authorities when it comes to light that he is married and has three children. He lands up in the house of his wife's present partner and the stepfather of his children, where he is put up in a garage of the house. His wife, younger daughter and son still have not forgiven him that one day he had just went out jogging and never came back. Only Ola, the older daughter, is pleased with his return. She is also the one who, unlike the rest of the family, understands and supports him most. Unfortunately, Józef is not ready to live outside the cloister and soon gets into numerous troubles, since the reality, after 17 years, is not the same any longer. Everything around has changed: the political system, people, even morals. The former monk is unable to find a common language with his wife and children. His son has entered politics, the older daughter stars in the reality show, and the younger one has become a computer and drug addict.

"Tomorrow's Weather" is a political and social satire seen from the perspective of the main character, who after years of isolation lands in the center of the political reality of the Third Republic of Poland.

Awards

2004 – "Prowincjonalia" Film Festival in Września – Audience Award for Best Actor (Jerzy Stuhr)
2004 – Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles – Hollywood Eagle Award
2004 – "goEast" Festival of Central and Eastern European Film in Wiesbaden – FIPRESCI Award
2004 – Polish Comedy Film Festival in Lubomierz – Silver Grenade
2004 – Denver International Film Festival – Audience Award
2004 – International Cinematographers' Film Festival "Manaki Brothers" in Bitola – Audience Award (Edward Kłosiński)
2004 – Multimedia Optimistic Film Festival "Happy End" in Wrocław – Audience Award
2004 – International Film Festival in Antwerp – Best Director (Jerzy Stuhr)
2005 – International Film Festival "Golden Knight", Russia – Grand Prix – festival took place in Chelyabinsk
2005 – International Film Festival "Golden Knight", Russia – Best Film Score (Abel Korzeniowski)



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