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Behind the Blue Door

The eleven-year-old Łukasz discovers a silvery shimmering, cold science fiction world in his aunt's house, with unexpected consequences.

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On the way to their summer holiday destination, eleven-year-old Łukasz and his mother Magdalena are seriously injured in a car crash. Afterwards aunt Agata, Magdalena’s sister, takes the boy to her old villa standing alone by the sea. Łukasz is confused: he does not know his aunt, nor has he ever visited the villa, the alleged family property. Strict and taciturn Agata assigns her nephew his mother’s former bedroom, whose door had once been painted sapphire blue by Magdalena.
When Łukasz is angrily knocking at the blue door after an argument, his knocking suddenly produces a metallic sound. The door is opening mysteriously leading him into a silvery shimmering, cold science fiction world, in which weird birds are rushing around and the only living creature seems to be a gruesome-looking tailor. He has magical powers and gives the boy a silver thread. But hardly back in the villa, this thread multiplies quickly and turns aunt Agata into a spider-like monster. Thus, Łukasz has no choice but to unlock the secret that surrounds himself and the house.

Original title:

Za niebiekimi drzwiami

Lichtenauer Audience Award 2017
Mariusz Palej
Magdalena Niec, Katarzyna Stachowicz Gacek
Based on the novel by Marcin Szczygielski, Adam Wojtyszko
Dominik Kowalczyk
Ewa Blaszczyk
Magdalena Niec
Michal Zebrowski
Teresa Lipowska
Witold Plociennik
Urszula Dutka
Michal Szablowski
Polish Film Institute, TFP