• Ida
        • Ida


          • Country:
          • Poland, 2013
          • Group:
          • Europe
          • Duration:
          • 80'
          • Director:
          • Paweł Pawlikowski
          • Screenplay:
          • Paweł Pawlikowski, Rebecca Lenkiewicz
          • Cast:
          • Agata Kulesza, Agata Trzebuchowska, Dawid Ogrodnik, Joanna Kulig
          • Festivals:
          • Solun, Gdanjsk (Zlatni lav, Najbolja fotografija, Najbolja ženska sporedna uloga, Najbolja scenografija), Toronto 2013 (FIPRESCI
          • Cinematographer:
          • Łukasz Żal, Ryszard Lenczewski
          • Muzika:
          • Kristian Selin, Eidnes Andersen
          • Editing:
          • Jarosław Kamiński
          • Production Design:
          • Katarzyna Sobańska, Marcel Sławiński
          • Sound:
          • Claus Lynge
          • Production:
          • Opus Film Sp., Poland
          • Producers:
          • Eric Abraham, Piotr Dzięcioł, Ewa Puszczyńska
          • Print Source:
          • Fandango
        • Showing

          04. Mar | 17:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

          05. Mar | 12:30 | 220 RSD
          Dom omladine

          06. Mar | 17:00 | 250 RSD

        • SYNOPSIS

          Poland 1962. Anna is a beautiful eighteen-year-old woman. She is preparing to become a nun at the convent where she has lived since orphaned as a child, when she learns she has a living relative: her mother’s sister Wanda. Together, the two women embark on a voyage of discovery of each other and their past. Her aunt, she learns, is not only a former hard-line Communist state prosecutor notorious for sentencing priests and others to death, but also a Jew. Anna learns that she too is Jewish – and that her real name is Ida. This revelation sets Anna, now Ida, on a journey to discover her roots and confront the truth about her family. Ida has to choose between her birth identity and the religion that saved her from the massacres of the Nazi occupation of Poland, while Wanda must confront decisions she made during the War when she chose loyalty to the cause before family.