Coming of age, Drama / 2017 / 11 minutes / Polish / Short film / 2K / 25fps / Stereo / Belgium, Poland

Director: Philip James McGoldrick

‘People aren’t important.’ – or are they? These are the questions that play on the mind of our main protagonist ‘Krolik’, a young man with Down Syndrome and equally the narrator of his own story. – Krolik has two brothers who are very different. Lukasz is the oldest of the three and spends his days racing cars at an abandoned airport in Warsaw with his friends. The other is Michal, a foreigner to his brother’s racing world and only visiting. Michal’s presence stirs up an emotion in Krolik, one that is perhaps difficult to convey. Will he and his brothers ever be together?

Supported by: