We are glad to invite you to watch the Filip Rudnicki’s short movie adaptation of the well-known Jerzy Zoń’s performance „I’ll Sell the House in Which I Can Live No More”.
Link to the movie >>> here
Available until July 29
Short movie dir. by Filip Rudnicki based on the KTO Theater performance of the same title, dir. by Jerzy Zoń is inspired by the life and work of Bohumil Hrabal. In the film version of the performance, Zoń and Rudnicki faultlessly translate the magic of what’s been told into bodily expression, into a kaleidoscope of faces and gestures sprinkled with vodka, to the grand baptism accompanied by accordion, to the joy and sadness contained in a quiet funereal sob. The lazy images pulse with music phenomenally selected by Jerzy Zoń.
Since its premiere, it has been performed more than 530 times, becoming one of the audience favourites, not only in Krakow. It is one of the most travelled KTO Theatre performances and it has been presented during dozens of tours, including Albania, Austria, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Iran, Germany, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, USA and Great Britain.
(No words movie)