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I Never Cry  (15)

Polish/Irish Comedy Drama

Saturday 25th September 2021, 5pm
Certificate  Duration 1hr 38mins

Director: Piotr Domalewski
Writer: Piotr Domalewski
Stars: Zofia Stafiej, Kinga Preis, Arkadiusz Jakubik

Olka must travel to Ireland to bring her father's body back to Poland after he died working at a construction site. But never mind her dad, Olka wants to know if he saved money for the car he had promised. Dealing with foreign bureaucracy in her own street-smart way, Olka learns that her biggest dream wasn't a car, but getting to know her dad.

"The film also acutely captures the plight of migrant workers, questioning the supposed homogeneity of contemporary Europe. It is also refreshing to see a young woman behaving badly while remaining sympathetic, an onscreen privilege usually only granted to their male counterparts. This is an enjoyable rollercoaster of absurdities and poignancy, and a marvellous showcase for Stafiej’s talent."
Phuong Le, The Guardian

"Domalewski's film has a simple story - a child discovering the dad she never knew - and at times it's a bit overstated. Yet I always wanted to see what Olka would do next." Edward Porter, Sunday Times

"“Fifty zloty for a pack of smokes!” Ola (Zofia Stafiej), the teenage hero of Piotr Domalewski’s convincing Polish-Irish release I Never Cry, exclaims to a bewildered Dublin tobacconist. It is not an important scene, but it stands in for all the differences, large and small, that still exist between the eastern and western ends of the EU. This is a comedy of difference. It is also a serious drama about the unkindness of the labour market and our wider responsibilities in society."
Donald Clarke,The Irish Times

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