The story of a lonely, 53-year-old psychiatrist living with his severely overprotective mother. When a woman steps into the picture, a bad conflict breaks out. After years of sexual abstinence, Ewa brings out the man in him. His mother yells, 'Wake up, you're fifty- three!". He answers in St. Paul's words, 'Children obey your parents, honour thy father and thy mother and ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath.
III. Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy
A film from the Decalogue series. In a few months Staś is going to take his First Communion. It is an intensive period of preparations, spiritual and material ones. Each person in the family experiences it differently. Grandparents, parents and the very hero. On such occasions a generation gap becomes apparent. Life goes on in its own rhythm; the time of the holiday is approaching...Insightful observation with "a patient eye" of the camera that the director points at his family and, obviously, at himself.
The Human Files
"The Human Files" presents an impressive story about the previously little known activities of the Nazi anthropologists of the Section on Race and Ethnicity Research of the Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit, working in Cracow during the Second World War. Colour photographs, the "anthropologists'' measurement forms, psychological tests, hair in envelopes and fingerprints. Over half a century later, the people who had been forced to submit to this research could see their images and other materials collected about them. A significant ingredient of the film is also the correspondence of the researchers and their research results.