All For My Mother

  • Director: Małgorzata Imielska
  • Poland, 2019
  • 102 min

Olka is seventeen years old, tomboyish in her movement with large eyes hidden behind her hair. Her nails are bitten and her hands bear the marks of self-harm. For years, she had been looking for her mother. Her constant escapes from the orphanage landed her in a reformatory. She lives there but she is of another world: she does not care for hipster clothes or the newest smartphone. Unlike other girls, she does not want to provide sexual services to the guard for a smoke. She only wants her mother back.

The film is recommended for ages 14 and up.

The 18.11. screening is followed by a discussion in Estonian.

Film director Małgorzata Imielska will be attending the 22.11 screening.


family mother self-discovery