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Friday 22nd February 8:30 PM

Suicide Room (Sala Samobojcow)

Director: Jan Komasa Country: Poland
Cert: 15 Year: 2011 Length: 110 mins Language: Polish
Suicide Room

Audience Reaction

Score: 69.35% Attendance: 88


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One drunken kiss brings the world of popular Dominik - he with the hottest girl for his girlfriend, money to spend on designer clothes and rich parents – to a crashing halt. Seeking solace in the world of social networking he begins to isolate himself from the real world and enters a place from which there seems to be no escape; Suicide Room shows this virtual world in all its beauty and wonderment. If you have ever wondered how a person can be drawn into this on-line universe then Suicide Room is a must-see. Winner of many awards, this is one title that fully deserves its Best of the Fests billing.

Thanks to KADR Film Studios, Poland.


open_quote Komasa's film is a stunning examination of life and finding the will to live it. close_quote Metroweekly


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