The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me (Slonce, to slonce mnie oslepilo)
- Poland / Switzerland
- 1h 14min
- Directed by: Anna Sasnal/Wilhelm Sasnal
- Cast: Rafal Mackowiak, Edet Bassey, Malgorzata Zawadzka
- Language: Polish
Inspired by Albert Camus' The Stranger, The Sun, the Sun Blinded Me follows Rafał Mularz, a stranger in his own society who creates a daily routine and a lifestyle that protects him from the outside world. His method seems to work fine until he is confronted with another stranger. A man thrown out by the sea, an immigrant. Rafał has to make a decision: Will he confront this society unfit for strangers and take responsibility for this man? Or will he choose to continue to protect himself?
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
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