23/1 Home sweet home

Agata Puszcz


Ten-year-old Olaf lives in a world where hiring family members and friends is common practice. For the right money, anyone can create the illusion of ideal happiness for themselves. When the Rent A Life company holds auditions at Olaf’s school, he doesn’t hesitate for a moment. He has every intention of taking part and being cast as a friend at a birthday party for a little girl from a rich family. It quickly turns out that the cost of taking part in the illusion is a high one.

Режија / Director:
Agata Puszcz

Сценарио / Screenplay:
Michalina Fabijańska

Директор фотографије / Director of Photography:
Cezary Stolecki

Монтажа / Film Editing:
Magdalena Chowańska

Продуцент / Producer:
Ewa Jastrzębska, Jerzy Kapuściński

Продукцијска кућа / Production Company:
Munk Studio – Polish Filmmakers Association

Улоге / Cast:
Aleksandra Pisula, Hubert Wiatrowski

Трајање / Duration:

Agata Puszcz
Director's Biography
Agata Puszcz

Agata Puszcz is a film and television director. She graduated from Warsaw’s Academy of Dramatic Art and the Wajda School. Her theatre work includes Freddie. Irmina Kant’s Director (the Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz Studio Theatre, Warsaw 2012), Humanka (2016) and Ciało Bambina, both for Teatr Polski, Bielsko-Biała, and Barbara Radziwiłłówna’s Lost Part (Teatr Nowy, Łódź 2019). She has also directed Sugar Corsage (2015) and A Treatise on Love (2016) as television theatre productions and has a number of serials and music videos to her credit, as well. She has won a number of awards, including the Gold Remi in the Comedy category at the Worldfest Independent Film Festival in Houston (2016) and a Papaya Young Directors award for a project created with Michalina Fabijańska (2015). She and Fabijańska were also finalists in the 2017 Script Pro competition with another project.