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Prize-winner 2013
European CIVIS Television Prize – entertainment

Author:Grzegorz Loszewski
Editorial:Carmen Szwec
Direction:Filip Marczewski
Television film, TVP

For the 18-year-old Tadek his older sister Anka is the great love of his life. Anka lives unhappily with a local Neo-Nazi. She fails to reject the intimate approaches of her brother and allows the incestuous relationship. Irmina, a young, uncompromising Romany girl seeks to attract the attention of Tadek. Initially, he ignores her. When the Romanies are attacked by the Neo-Nazis, events become increasingly dramatic. “Shameless” examines the tendency to judge others on the basis of one’s own ideas and principles. The film makes a plea for tolerance.

Excerpt from the jury’s statement
Wonderful play on taboos and conventions – cinematically magnificent, impressive actors (m/f).

right wing populism/ right wing radicalism/ right wing extremism    Sinti and Roma   

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