WHO’S IN IT?

Kamil Polnisiak (film debut), Nicolas Przygoda (Playground), Sonia Mietielica (Miracle Seller), Danuta Stenka (The Lovers of Marona), Werner Daehn (The Lives of Others), Jakub Syska (The Butler), Helena Mazur (film debut), Krzysztof Durski (film debut), Maksymilian Balcerowski (The Art of Loving. Story of Michalina Wislocka), Julia Slusarczyk (film debut), Matylda Ignasiak (film debut), Oleh Shcherbyna (film debut), Eugeniusz Malinowski (Quo Vadis), Radoslaw Chrzescianski (Daas), Wojciech Namiotko (Auf Wiedersehen Amerika), Barbara Pigon (film debut)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Adrian Panek (Daas), director, writer; Magdalena Kaminska (Baby Bump) and Agata Szymanska (Walser), producers; Dominik Danilczyk (The Man with the Magic Box), cinematographer; Jaroslaw Kaminski (Cold War), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

In 1945, eight children escape from a concentration camp and hide in a secluded villa deep within the forest. However, in order to track down the children, the SS have released hounds which have now set their feral and bloodthirsty eyes on their young targets as their next meal…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

Filmmaker Adrian Panek uses the backdrop of war-torn Europe as the setting for this rather unnerving horror-thriller that bring the terrors of the SS into the foreground.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2019

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