All That I Love

  • 95'
  • Poland
  • 2009
While tension increases in Poland in the early 1980s as a result of the struggle of the trade union movement Solidarity against the Communist regime, four 18-year-old boys decide to start a punk band in a seaside town. All That I Love, the third feature by Jacek Borcuch, concentrates on the singer of the band, the sensitive Janek. He's a young idealist who can lose himself in music, love, his dreams - until the world of adults forces him to make a choice that will have huge consequences.
Borcuch and his crew do a great job of evoking the mood of the 1980s, which in Poland is largely a time of strikes, demonstrations and tanks and soldiers in the street during the state of siege. A period in which young people were forced to grow up very fast. On the soundtrack, Polish punk hits from that time.

Director
Jacek Borcuch
Country of production
Poland
Production Year
2009
Festival Edition
IFFR 2010
Length
95'
Medium
35mm
Original title
Wszystko co kocham
Language
Polish
Producers
Jan Dworak, Slawomir Józwik, Beata Ryczkowska
Production Companies
Prasa i Film, TVP SA - Film Agency, Canal + Polska
Sales
WIDE
Screenplay
Jacek Borcuch
Cinematography
Michal Englert
Editor
Krzysztof Szpetmanski, Agnieszka Glinska
Production Design
Elwira Pluta
Sound Design
Tomasz Dukszta
Music
Daniel Bloom
Cast
Mateusz Kosciukiewicz, Jakub Gierszal, Olga Frycz
Website
http://www.allthatilove.pl