Little Rose

Różyczka, 2010, 118 min.
Little Rose (2010)
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Awards

2012
Santo Domingo Internationa Film Festival
Best Actress Award for Magalena Boczarska and Best Actor Award for Andrzej Seweryn

2011
Medias Central European Film Festival, Romania
Best Film Award

“Wisła” Polish Film Festival in Moscow
Audience Award 

Tiburon International Film Festival, San Francisco
Best Film Award, Best Director Award for Jan Kidawa-Blonski,
Best Actress Award for Magdalena Boczarska

Polish Eagle Award
Best Leading Actor for Robert Wieckiewicz

2010
Camerimage Festival
Golden Frog Award in The Polish Film Competition

Goa International Film Festival of India
Best Actress Award for Magdalena Boczarska

Moscow International Film Festival
Silver George for best director for Jan Kidawa-Blonski

Polish Film Festival, Gdynia
Golden Lions, Best Actress in a Leading Role Award for Magdalena Boczarska,
Best Sound Award for Wieslaw Znyk & Joanna Napieralska

Production
Director Jan Kidawa-Blonski
Screenplay Jan Kidawa-Blonski, Maciej Karpinski
Cinematography Piotr Wojtowicz
Music Michal Lorenc
Art Director Joanna Bialousz
Producer Wlodzimierz Niderhaus
Cast
Adam Warczewski Andrzej Seweryn
Kamila Sakowicz “Little Rose” Magdalena Boczarska
Roman Rozek Robert Wieckiewicz
Colonel Wasiak Jan Frycz
Ms. Roma Grazyna Szapolowska
Secret Police Officer Jacek Braciak
Adam’s Mother Izabella Olszewska
Writer Krzysztof Globisz
Story

The year is 1968. Student protests and anti-Semitic campaigns continue. Captain Rozek is given the task to incriminate a well-known dissident writer. To reach him, he sends his mistress to him, a secret agent nicknamed Rozyczka (Little Rose) – a young and beautiful woman. The agent takes on the role of the novice writer, wins the trust of a writer, and soon his love. Rozek controls the agent, gathers information and receives approval from his superiors. Surprisingly, Rozyczka begins to appreciate the personality, knowledge and class of the writer, she sees the vulgarity of existence shared so far with Rozek. Film inspired by a true story.