MICHAŁ ENGLERT (*1975) is one of Poland’s best directors of photography and also writes screenplays. "Never Gonna Snow Again" is his first film as director.
MAŁGORZATA SZUMOWSKA (*1973) was highly praised for her directorial debut as an important new European voice. In 2015 "Body" and in 2018 "Mug" won awards at the Berlinale.
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[⏵] A profound Polish social satire about a masseur who becomes a guru for Warsaw’s high society. The Ukrainian migrant Zhenia works as a masseur in Poland, concentrating on house calls in Warsaw‘s upper class. Before long, the mysterious stranger with the interesting accent becomes much sought-after in the drab gated community. People tell each other that he can see directly into their souls and that his hands are absolutely magical. And the more clients he has, the more Zhenia is seen as a guru who is changing local life for ever.
Original title: Śniegu już nigdy nie będzie
Film type: Fiction Feature
Original language: Polish, Russian, French, Vietnamese