No one else can be as annoying as one’s own family, however, the arguments between siblings are the most amusing. This is exactly what These Daughters of Mine is about. Marta (Agata Kulesza), a serial actress and a single mother, isn’t very lucky with men. Her sister Kasia (Gabriela Muskała) has a layabout husband, a drug-dealing son and shares the house with her parents. When their health starts to decline, the sisters – although they cannot even look at each other – are forced to join forces. Can they start to like each other a bit? These Daughters of Mine, rich with funny dialogues and excellent acting, vividly creates an image of a contemporary Polish family. How personal is this portrait? The story behind the film’s production will be revealed by its director, Kinga Dębska.
guest: Kinga Dębska
Graduate of film directing at the Prague FAMU and Japanese studies at the University of Warsaw. Author of several awarded documentaries, last one is the feature-length “Actress” about Elżbieta Czyżewska, and was co-directed with Maria Konwicka. For her feature debut “Hel” (2009), she received the best screenplay award at the Młodzi i Film festival in Koszalin. Her second feature – “These Daughters of Mine” (2015) – received the Audience Award, the Journalists’ Award and the Studio and Local Cinemas Award at the 40th Gdynia Film Festival, as well as eight more awards, including the Eagle of the Audience Award for the best screenplay.