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Agnieszka Holland and her daughter, Kasia Adamik took the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize at the 67th Berlinale. Apart from the Oscar-nominated film, In Darkness, the renowned director has also directed episodes for top-notch series such as House of Cards, The Killing or The Wire and presented her first film in 6 years at the Berlinale, in Official Competition.

Her latest work, Spoor, is a subtle ecological thriller based on the best-selling novel “Drive Your Plough Over the Bones of the Dead” by Olga Tokarczuk, one of the most famous figures in contemporary Polish literature. It tells the story of Duszejko, an eccentric, retired construction engineer, astrologist and vegetarian, who lives in a small mountain village on the Czech-Polish border. One day, her beloved dogs disappear. A few months later she discovers the dead body of her neighbour, a poacher. The only traces leading to the mysterious death are those of roe deer hooves around the house… As time goes by, more grisly killings are discovered. The victims, all hunters, belonged to the local elite. The police investigation proves ineffective. Duszejko has her own theory: all the murders were committed by wild animals…

The Film Agency managed the social media campaign for the film during the Berlin International Film Festival for Beta Cinema.


The Polish master returns with the strange eco-thriller that marches to its own beat

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