Żeby nie bolało

Poland, 1998
Length: 47'
Director: Marcel Lozinski

Urszula Flis, a woman who runs a country farm on her own, is revisited 23 years later by Łoziński’s film crew. While the first film ‘The visit’ (1974) focuses on the interference of the media in Urszula’s life and the attempts of the communist Polish propaganda to manipulate her, ‘So it doesn’t hurt’ continues on the topic of Fli’s solitary life and points out the limits of the filmmaker’s interference in their lifes. Flis herself sets such a limit when she says to Łoziński: “let it not hurt”.