The night, the city, the conversation. A radio journalist takes emotional calls from listeners while ER dispatch listens to the sounds of human tragedies. Both on air, they are somehow connected. Monika Pawluczuk fuses those pictures and creates a sensual and demure image of modern life. The raw and gritty footage is scored with Mikołaj Trzaska's haunting compositions. End of the World flows through the city by night, glances gently at its inhabitants only to move to the next subject and peer deep into the human condition and its pure loneliness - an inherent feature of modern life.
This film is part of the Polish film night on Saturday the 18th.