Kacper Bielik (Andrzej Chyra) is a history teacher in a high school in Lublin. He loves his job, gets on great with his students, only sometimes feels a little lonely. New year brings him new opportunities: he becomes a class teacher, befriends Klara (Eliza Rycembel) a difficult student, starts a relationship with Ewa (Urszula Grabowska), also a teacher. Unexpectedly he starts losing his sight. Will he be able to hide this and live his life to the fullest? A film by Jacek Lusiński, based on a true story of a blind teacher, was awarded a Grand Prix at Shanghai International Film Festival. Andrzej Chyra’s role deserves a particular recognition and so does the humanistic message that this film carries, which makes us believe the world could be a better place.
guest: Martyna Stec
educator and social skills improvement and development projects trainer. She works with Centre for Social Development in Wroclaw, Dom Pokoju Foundation, Children’s Hospice in Wroclaw, Paliwo Artystyczne Foundation and Go & Act. Organiser of workshops for kids and teachers focusing on the topic of bullying and cyber bullying, peer mediations, conflict management classes and multiculturalism. Film educator (Nowe Horyzonty Film Education, Kids Cinema, Cinema- School- Culture, Family Mornings), Certified Teacher of Philip Zimbardo Heroic Imagination Project.