With a simple setup, Veronika (Aleksandra Rogalska) is home alone after splitting with her boyfriend, Stefan. With a glass of wine she sits flicking through her old photos, burning them along with the memories. She's interrupted by one of Stefan's friends, Henryk (writer/director McCool himself), who has heard about the couple's breakup and clearly thinks he stands a chance. She makes it clear he's too immature for her, but as the evening progresses, she may need him...
Although there's an element of pastiche here, it's not necessarily played for laughs, more a knowing nod to a bygone age.
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You can find out more about the film by following @KrwawyMotyl on Twitter, or the director himself, @David_McCool. There's also a Facebook page to watch also.
7 out of 10