PEOPLE WITH NO TOMORROW with LIVE MUSIC by SZAMBURSKI + ZAKROCKI + WYPYCH
An absolute masterpiece of Polish cinematography filmed during the period in between WW1 and WW2. The story is based on fact, making it so controversial. The film was actually lost for one hundred years before a Kraków film specialist found the tapes in the German Federal Archives. Finally, a century later, this scandalous silent movie returns to tell a story of love, tragedy, mystery and most importantly history.
Commissioned by the the National Film Archive, Paweł Szamburski, Patryk Zakrocki, and Sebastian Wypych composed an original and dynamic soundtrack which will be performed live during the screening of the film. Leading sounds of clarinet, double bass and violin, create an intimate relationship and dialogue with the image. The prominent references to classic pre-war tangos brilliantly enhance the suspense of this extraordinary work of Polish cinematography.