As we live, we often create bonds which, with time, seem impossible to untangle. The film tells the story of two women, a mother and her daughter, bound together by a difficult and complicated feeling. A meeting with a third, strange person - an experienced therapist Professor Bogdan de Barbaro - is crucial for the protagonists.
Extremely close-up frames (extraordinary cinematography by Kacper Lisowski) catch every emotion on the women's faces. As viewers we witness tensions, tears, grief and frustration. We follow the sessions over several months and see how the relationship between mother and daughter evolves. But what goes on behind the office door should be shrouded in professional secrecy. How did Paweł Łoziński manage to break this iron rule?
"Outstanding. There's a lot to think about". - Tadeusz Sobolewski, Gazeta Wyborcza