Little Rose

Little Rose

It’s 1967. After the outburst of a six-day Arab-Isralei War, the countries of the Warsaw Pact break off diplomatic relations with Israel. The Security Service of a communist Poland opens a larg-scale programme focused on establishing the identity of Jewish citizens. Captain Rożek is ordered to suss out a famous Warsaw writer Janusz Wajner who publishes popular books under a pen-name Warczewski. Under a strong pressure from his supervisors, Rożek desperately decides to manipulate the writer into an aquaintance with a secret agent aka “Little Rose”. She’s an attractive, young woman and his mistress. The Infromal Collabolator “Little Rose” acts as a beginning writer and wins the trust of Warczewski who bends under her charm. Subconsciously, however, she becomes gradually fascinated by his personality, manners, knowledge and sensitivity.

Written by: Maciej Karpiński, Jan Kidawa-Błoński

Director of photograpy: Piotr Wojtowicz PSC

Music by: Michał Lorenc

Production design by: Joanna Białousz

Sound: Wiesław Znyk, Joanna Napieralska

Editing: Cezary Grzesiuk

Costume design by: Ewa Krauze

Make-up: Janina Dybowska-Person, Anna Adamek

Production manager: Paweł Mantorski

Produced by: WFDiF

Producer: Włodzimierz Niderhaus

Co-producers: Mariusz Łukomski, Dominique Lesage

Distribution: Monolith Films

World sales: Monolith Films

Actress in a leading role: Magdalena Boczarska

Actors in leading roles: Andrzej Seweryn, Robert Więckiewicz

Actresses in supporting roles: Grażyna Szapołowska, Julia Kornacka, Izabella Olszewska

Actors in supporting roles: Jan Frycz, Jacek Braciak, Krzysztof Globisz

Legenda
Konkurs Główny
Konkurs Młodego Kina
Sekcje pozakonkursowe