World Premiere of Polish Film "The Bloc" at the Austin Film Festival
Wed, October 30, 2013 | State Theatre, 713 Congress Ave.
Screening: Wednesday, Oct. 30th at 9:45 pm
Venue: State Theatre, 713 Congress Ave.
Children are disappearing in Vynasik, the capital of a totalitarian communist state falling into ruins. Ajek Lynx, a private detective paid in vodka vouchers, searches through an urban wasteland hopelessly looking for the missing children. Along the way he encounters a diverse and strange cast of characters including a mysterious military officer, a young boy, his older oafish friend, a grieving mother, and an informant with no tongue. A bleak landscape of smoke stacks, abandoned factories, crumbling buildings and broken down trains provide the backdrop for his strange journey and search for the truth.
Director: Max Sturgeon
In Polish with English subtitles.
For more information, see the Austin Film Festival website.
Sponsored by: Austin Polish Film Festival
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