My Friend the Polish Girl

In its indirect way, it casts a compassionate light on London's migrant workers that a more conventional documentary, or conventional drama, wouldn't.

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My Friend the Polish Girl

A young female documentarian strives for hyperreality in her most recent project, while she manipulates the life story of an unemployed Polish actress living in London.
Not Rated
Genre
Drama, Women and Film
Runtime
87
Language
English
Director
Ewa Banaszkiewicz
Mateusz Dymek
Producer
Ewa Banaszkiewicz, Mateusz Dymek
Writer(s)
Ewa Banaszkiewicz, Mateusz Dymek
Cast
Aneta Piotrowska, Emma Friedman Cohen
FEATURED REVIEW
Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

A faux video diary about a young woman living alone in London casts a compassionate light on migrant workers. Here is a low-budget experiment in metafiction, or quasi-fiction, with a shimmer of anxiety, shot mostly in black and white with periodic excursions into colour and animation – all about a ...

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