In a near-future dystopia, citizens are rising against their increasingly oppressive nationalist government. Kuba, a twenty-year-old member of an illegal opposition group, gets arrested during a street protest. Despite his clear political involvement, he receives a lighter treatment than he expects. As it becomes apparent that there is a personal dimension to his rebellion, he has to make a choice that will determine the shape of his future.
Born in Kraków, Joanna has a degree in English Literature and Spanish from the University of Edinburgh and moved on to study Directing at Krzysztof Kieślowski Film School at the University of Silesia in Katowice. She is known for her work as a screenwriter and director of the short films “Przyczepa” (2019), “Helen 25/65” (2020) and “Liberty” (2021).