On 20th April 5:00 PM we would like to invite You to kino Kinematograf (cinema owned by Film Museum in Lodz) to the screening of the film Do widzenia, do jutra (‘See You Tomorrow’) from 1960, by Janusz Morgenstern, with English subtitles and a video lecture.
Event is part of the project entitled Krótka historia polskiego kina (‘A Short Story of Polish Cinema”, organized by Stowarzyszenie Kin Studyjnych, which consists of 10 meetings, each of them devoted to different classic of Polish cinema.
About Do widzenia, do jutra (‘See You Tomorrow’, 1960) by Janusz Morgenstern:
She comes from France, she is a daughter of a diplomat, turned 18 recently. He comes from Poland, he is a theater artist, until recently a student. They meet by chance in Gdańsk in the summer, where the man looks after the Tik-Tak student theater. Marguerite (T. Tuszyńska) is a modern, practical girl who travels together with her father. She believes that the necessity of changing places and circles of friends is bad for her. In Gdańsk, she is adored by local boys. Jacek (Z.Cybulski) is a romantic, young man who dreams of perfect love, resistant to mundane reality of life. They get close to each other for a moment, despite the language barrier and different plans.
The Tik-Tak theater is actually the legendary Bim-Bom (1954-60) student theater from Gdańsk. Its artistic supervisor was Zbigniew Cybulski himself, an actor of the Wybrzeże Theater at that time. Students of the Gdańsk University of Technology were joined by Bogumił Kobiela (a co-author of the script together with Cybulski and Wilhelm Mach) and students of the Academy of Fine Arts: Jacek Fedorowicz and Wowo Bielicki. Roman Polański also played a cameo role in the film, the music was composed by Krzysztof Komeda. The role of Marguerite was played by the famous “Tetetka” – Teresa Tuszyńska. She was a non-professional actress, winner of the “Przekrój” competition for amateurs, popular model of “Moda Polska”. Janusz Morgenstern’s directorial debut won awards at the Stanford International Film Festival 1961 (direction) and in Melbourne in 1961 (photography by Jan Laskowski).
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