"Saturday's Mountain" tells the story of three brothers, who are trying to help his sick mother. As it usually happens in fairy tales, each one has different abilities, the oldest is strong and brave, medium - wise, and the youngest do not stand out - he is an Ordinary.
The fairytale tells the story of their adventures and difficulties they encounter along the way. History has a universal message, which is still valid, which underlines the convention of the film. Image refers to the silent films of the early twentieth century and is a tribute to such artists as Georges Melies, Robert Wiene, Roger Corman or later Sergei Parajanov.
The distinctive atmosphere of the film due to the fact, that the filmmakers follows
the same path as the creators of the "beginnings of cinema" because as they then, they discover the secrets of the art of film. The way of work of the Black Dwarf group is a combination of intuition with a love for art. This combination gives a surreal effects. "Saturday's Mountain" is the latest achievement of Black Dwarf group for which a successful picnic on the river is as important as a successful film, a painting or picture.
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Duration: 45 min
Image: Black and White
Direction: Marta Filipiak,
Cinematography: Lukasz Owczarzak.
Screenplay: Zdzislawa Filipiak, Malgorzata Winter, Marta Filipiak,
Music: Tomasz Licak, Awry SZ
Production: Foundation Without Name, Black Dwarf