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Dáša Raimanova & Zofia Brom / Poland / 2018 / 71 ' / Polish / S.T. English


Dáša Raimanova & Zofia Brom
Dáša Raimanova & Zofia Brom

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Official Selection, Respect Belfast Human Rights Film Festival 2018
Official Selection, Sopot International Film Festival 2018
Official Selection, LGBT Film Festival Poland 2018
Official Selection, Festival Formula, 2018

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Three women from minority groups in Poland critically explore what it’s like to be Black, Muslim or LGBTQ+ in the increasingly hostile environment of Europe.


How does it feel to be black, LGBTQ+ or Muslim in Poland? POLYLAND gives a voice to three strong female characters from different minorities in Poland and explores the nuances of how it feels to be black, Muslim or LGBTQ+ in the most homogeneous country in an ever more right-leaning Europe. All three were born in Poland and currently are citizens of Wroclaw, the biggest city in Western Poland. Ania, Miriam and Elmelda seek to be seen, not as “the other”, but as a part of Polish society.

Their efforts involve creating self-help groups, organizing protests and appearances on local TV and… Everything appears to be going towards the right direction, the women believe that a liberal society is within reach until the recent, dramatic shift in Polish politics in 2015 shatters their hopes and confidence.

Their wish for belonging reflects many other stories across the world and seems more and more difficult to achieve in the current political climate of Brexit, Donald Trump and the upsurge of right-wing governments across Europe.


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