"Theatre! Cinema is the supreme art, who said that?"
A challenging story mirroring Plato's cave wherein a man uses his new found hobby of film-making to free himself of the comfort of his former life to discover new truths about the world, with the many consequences that come with this transition. Though underneath there is plenty of substance to fill an essay, on the surface this plot feels stretched to 107 minutes, during which time the film never truly becomes captivating.
The central conflict is one that, no doubt, we have all seen before: A man torn between work and domesticity. Filip Mosz (Jerzy Stuhr) is the only person in his town who owns a camera which he bought…