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    Flying Pigs

    Skrzydlate Świnie

    Directed by



    99 min

    • Polish
    • Swedish

    Action, Adventure

    FLYING PIGS is a movie about passion, honour and living life to it's fullest. The stake of the real game is love...
    When one day, a local football club ceases to exist, the life of four main heroes is turned upside down. Oskar (Paweł Małaszyński) is forced to put on a suit and accept a job offer from the Boss (Cezary Pazura) of a local company, which has decided to launch a new football club. Oskar's new job will get him into a lot of trouble. This includes getting naked in the middle of a town square, breaking up with his fiancé, developing a relationship with his brother's girlfriend, and, to a total surprise… becoming a superhero.


    Paweł Małaszyński
    Cezary Pazura
    Olga Bołądź
    Karolina Gorczyca
    Piotr Rogucki and Agata Kulesza
    Anna Kazejak
    Doman Nowakowski
    Michal Englert
    Jaroslaw Kamiński
    Lukasz Targosz
    Anna  Kazejak

    Anna Kazejak


    Anna Kazejak is national and international awarded director and screenwriter. Prior to attending at the National Film School in Lodz in 2001, she spent many years studying film theory. In 2005, Kazejak and two of her friends from school decided to produce a three part film dealing with the economic migrations of young Poles - ODE TO JOY (2005). The three directors not only won the hearts of critics, but won many major prizes. (Special Jury Prize - Gdynia Film Festival, 2005; Platinum Award for Best Low Budget Production - WorldFest Independent Film Festival, Huston, 2007). This film was also the first Polish film to screen in competition at the Rotterdam International Film Festival. The first feature helmed by Kazejak was FLYING PIGS (2010), which was a box office hit in Poland. Her third film - THE WORD (2014) - had its Word Premiere at 64. Berlinale IFF, Generation Section and further was shown over 40 internationals film festivals. Kazejak also directs for television including of HBO Poland's version of In Treatment. She is also member of the European Film Academy.