I Never Cry 15
From the archive
This film was last shown on 5 August 2021
I Never Cry is a spirited dark comedy from Polish writer-director Piotr Domalewski. Gaining high praise in Poland, the film tackles the subject of mass economic emigration with humour and sensitivity.
Ola is 17. Her top priority in life is passing her driving test and getting a car. But, after her father dies while working in Ireland, and her mother is forced to stay behind with her disabled brother, Ola must travel there to bring his body home. Armed with only a backpack and a dwindling pack of cigarettes, she bounces around Dublin, chasing down information about her largely unknown father and battling the various layers of bureaucracy that stand in her way.
- Piotr Domalewski
- 1 hour 37 minutes
- Cosmina Stratan, Kinga Preis, Zofia Stafiej
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