When I started preparing for the screening of Olga Tokarczuk’s novel “Drive your plow through the bones of the dead”, which takes place in the picturesque Kłodzko Valley, I knew that this place would have a profound impact on the character of the film. In fact, the beautiful, varied landscapes of this part of Lower Silesia became an independent protagonist of the film.
From the very beginning I was captivated by the majestic nature of this region. I believe that Lower Silesia is a great place for filming: on the one hand, it offers beautiful, unspoiled landscapes, on the other – picturesque towns with fascinating architecture and history. In Lower Silesia, I also received a very warm welcome from its inhabitants, whom I will always remember as cordial, hospitable hosts of this beautiful region.