Kaja (Malgorzata Szczerbowska) has returned after a six year absence and older sister Mula (Anna Krotoska) isn’t too happy to see her. A family gathering for the First Communion of Mula’s daughter provides an innocuous enough setting for reconciliation, but something isn’t quite right… In Tower: A Bright Day, the boundaries between reality and hallucination, common-sense and paranoia, Catholicism and pagan mysticism are all blurred to the keenest point of confusion.
Jagoda Szelc’s debut was nominated at Berlin International Film Festival, eventually winning a handful of Golden Lions at the Polish Film Festival, including Best Debut Director.
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- BBFC rating
- Running time
- 106 mins
- Other features
- Jagoda Szelc
- Anna Krotoska, Malgorzata Szczerbowska, Anna Zubrzycki