MATEJ BOBRIK FILM

Not everyone is prepared for it because the access to this kind of films is quite difficult. We were even shooting purely fictional scenes, which we didn’t need for the film, but for them it made their day interesting. It turned out that there is plenty of people like Mr. She lives in Slovakia, I live in Poland. Who may be interested in a short documentary about old, lonely people, where no one talks? The subject of “waiting” is very close to me. I felt that I had no right to do it. We also did such tests among people who were not involved with the film.

I was interested in their life stories and I was asking them them where they come from, if they left their families behind, etc. It is a pity, because I have a dream to make a film that will satisfy me on one hand, but that I could also show to my friends from outside the film world with whom I just meet for a beer on the other. Not a word is spoken in the film but my guess is that the social care home residents could tell you a lot of stories… And they did, because we talked practically about everything. Then I was told by the director of the institution that Mr Lutek has no one to wait for, because he has no family. And they did, because we talked practically about everything. You have decided to create a film in which the most important things, that is, the emotions and the meaning, reach the viewers primarily through the images. My studies are over, but the profession is still holding me in Poland.

It quickly became clear that the story hidden in that place was closer to me than I imagined and that it was also quite close to the topic of my previous film. My studies are over, but the profession is still holding me in Poland. Grzegorz Szczepaniak editor has also worked with me for a long time to assemble the final eleven minutes. It turned out that there is plenty of people like Mr.

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I think it is related to the form of the film. It appeared that I needed them for the film and they needed me and the cinematographer for entertainment. The subject of “waiting” is very close to me.

I was looking for a suitable location to shoot a completely different film and I came across a social care home in Podlasie region. My attention was caught by Mr Lutek who matrj walking all the time from the gate to the door, as if he was waiting for someone.

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Only in the editing room, I realized that in some ways I talk about my relationship with my grandmother. We invite you to read the interview with the author. This kind of films requires a lot of work in the editing room.

How fast did the social care home residents start trusting you? Their main objection was that the film lacked the verbal layer, that there was no dialogue with the protagonists. They were very eager to shoot, at times it was practically impossible to shoot an observational scene, because their desire to play in front of the camera and to play with the situation was incredible. I felt that I had no right to do it. Which of the production stages was the most difficult? We were even shooting purely fictional scenes, which we didn’t need for the film, but for them it made their day interesting.

Who may be interested in a short documentary about old, lonely people, where no one talks? In the beginning, our contact was mainly about the fact that I had cigarettes, but slowly our relationship was becoming deeper, not only based on ‘buying’ the tobacco. Is it this the element that connects the two films? Not a word is spoken in the film but my guess is that the social care home residents could tell you a lot of stories….

That story moved me and has prompted me to take a closer look at the residents of the social care home. Lutek, who are still waiting for their family to visit.

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There was a need to talk about something personal in my subconscious The fact that we not only took from them, but we were also able to give them something, was very important for us. Sometimes we would cut a take by just one second and we would wait a few days before we watched the little change we made because the meaning of the film did not depend on words but on the emotions that we felt watching it.

She lives in Slovakia, I live in Poland. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, surrounded by forests, wildlife and people who live according to completely different values, we felt completely free and we had a chance to learn a lot.

When I was studying at the Lodz Film School, my grandmother would all the time wait for the moment when I finish studies and come back home bobdik take care of her. I’m very grateful for that, as I could document the institution without any limitations and spend enough time with the residents, both before the shoot, as well as in the course of it. Not a word is spoken in the film but fllm guess is that the social care home residents could tell you a lot of stories… And they did, because we talked practically about everything.

He was doing that for a whole day, from dawn to dusk, not only during visiting hours.

When watching “A Visit”, one can get the impression that the director and the cinematographer are from “outside” of the filmed reality, that they are just observing it. Then I was told by the director of the institution that Mr Lutek has no one to wait for, because he has no family. And they did, because we talked practically about everything.