Home > Entertainment > Film
  print button email button

Friday, Oct. 19, 2007

SHORT TAKES

I Am


I Am
I Am

Director: Dorota Kedzierzawska

Language: Polish

A neglected boy escapes from an orphanage and returns to his hometown to find his mother, only to discover that she is the town whore and has no affection for him. This bitter life story follows Kundel (Piotr Jagielski) as he begins to live on an abandoned river barge. His solitary and harsh daily life, wandering around the town collecting empty cans and scrap iron to buy food, changes little after he meets a drunken girl with whom he forms an attachment.



Back to Top

About us |  Work for us |  Contact us |  Privacy policy |  Link policy |  Registration FAQ
Advertise in japantimes.co.jp.
This site has been optimized for modern browsers. Please make sure that Javascript is enabled in your browser's preferences.
The Japan Times Ltd. All rights reserved.