During the Occupation, a young woman whose husband disappeared during the war decides to hide a little Jewish girl. To save the child, she gets into a romance with a German.
Feliks Falk (born February 25, 1941 in Stanisławów, now Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) is a Polish movie and theater director as well as writer of film scripts, stage plays, television plays, and radio shows. A 1966 graduate of Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts, he also is a painter and graphic artist. Falk is one of creators of the 1970s wave of Polish cinematography, called Cinema of Moral Anxiety. Among his most famous movies there are Wodzirej (Top Dog) (1977) and Samowolka (AWOL) (1993). Falk has won a number of major filmmaking awards.