YOUROPE IN A DAY. 14 COUNTRIES. 14 DAYS. 14. WORLDS.

In august 2012 we were shooting project for one of polish televisions, and it required two our film crews to travel 14 european countries in 14 days. When the project was finished, at the and of the day we realised, that we have over 60 hours of footage left, and that this footage will be forgotten on a dark, lonely harddrive.

All the stories, places, people we accidentally met, shooting only for one day (sometimes a few hours) in each country needed to be saved from it's digital prison, and here we are, making this personal project after hours, and saving memories.

Each episode covers one country. It's not a chronological sort of thing. Feel free to browse thru the material. It's more like a moving images photo album, with most interesting shots we have found. Disocvering each of those countries was like a mysterious journey to us. You never know what will You come across while shooting only a few hours without a specific plan. What's behind a next junction ? Behind next door, who is sitting in that hoodie ?

We hope that You will feel like us, thrown in this misterious, sometimes funny, or strange stream of pictures. They show a great, and beautiful diversity of all european cultures and countries.

And one more thing. The music.

Soundtrack is allways compiled by us from a music, that we carefully chose from alternative scenes of each place we visited. To make exploring even easier, we put some graphics with info about each song and artist You hear, so if You like music, You can go and get more. We have really discovered some beautifull stuff.

Whole thing is cut slowly, without any interpretation, to give You opportunity to see those places for Yourself, and rest a little bit while watching this.

Enough jibjab. Press play.

ICELAND IN ONE DAY

People: Mugisson, Egill Sæbjörnsson, good, friendly people met on streets on Reykjavik.

Shot entirely in Reykjavik, during 10 hours shoot.

SHOTS: PRZEMEK KULIKOWSKI
CUTS: ANDRZEJ SZAJEWSKI

Music selection comes from a "12 Tonar" music store in heart of Reykjavik.
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