The screening of Diversion End movie / Vernissage in Art Sułek Space

Underground enters to Koneser! Diversion End, a comic story about the outcasts from New Warsaw, will shine in the place where it all started.
It was in Koneser that the first smack of trial photos fell.

We invite those who have seen and those who have not seen. Projection of the film, discussion with the authors and… secret after in a package! Join us!

You will also be able to see the works of great artists with whom we love to live and work. Who inspire us to create and be ourselves. It is thanks to them that we are who we are. Dorota Łacek Gorczyca and Marek Sulek accompanied Diversion End from the very beginning and their works have been visible on the artistic map of Poland and the world for years. We had a great honour to appear on some of these works.

Dorota Gorczyca’s paintings, showing two different faces in light and darkness, made with her own technique, will provide a unique experience.

The works by Marek Sułek, which you will be able to see in Art Sułek Space, are both hypnotizing paintings and sculptures that have been decorating the urban space of Warsaw for many years, including the Prague Connoisseur Centre.

DIVERSION END (96 mins.)

Filmmakers: Michal Krzywicki, Dagmara Brodziak, Łukasz Suchocki

The film is a tribute to the cinema of the 90’s and class B desktop films.
It tells the story of a shy Oleg incompetently trying to meet the demanding sexual needs of his woman. In order to play with her in her way, she borrows weapons from her policeman’s friend. While playing, the pistol is firing. The woman dies. Oleg and his friend now have a problem they have to solve. Two prostitutes stand in their way, which only makes their situation worse. The story takes place in fictional New Warsaw.


“Krzywicki’s film is really aesthetically pleasing and efficient at the level of dialogues and twists of action, it connects Polish reality with a world that probably has its place only on the map of pop culture. So we have a lot of characters, scenes (a fight between two dealers, including one black with a white rainbow against the background of a mural with Jesus), quotations and references (Bonnie&Bonnie), which have been brilliantly combined with dumplings, Wrona and the Polish police”.
Emilia Konwerska, Krytyka Polityczna

“Diversion End is a fascinating project and one great game that acts on the senses, imagination and provides a lot of satisfaction during the screening. The whole thing escapes conventions, does not try to be polite, and the authors charge as much as they can, believing in the audience, who will easily read out most of the presented follow-ups.
Krzysztof Połaski, telemagazyn.pl

Check the event’s page for details HERE.



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