Duration: 62 min.
Country of production: Poland, Iceland
Year of production: 2019
Film original language: Polish
Director: Paweł Ziemilski
Pictures: Filip Drożdż
Editing: Dorota Wardęszkiewicz
Sound: Piotr Kubiak
Music: Arni Valur Kristinsson, Martina Bertoni
Producers: NUR, Łukasz Długołęcki, Haukur M
Inwestors: Polish Film Institute, Icelandic Film Centre, Marshal of Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship – Gustaw Marek Brzezin, Warmia Masuria Film Fund
“In Touch” is a story of people from a little Polish village called Stare Juchy (in Polish: Old Blood). The village is located in Masuria, area often referred as “The Land of Thousand Lakes”. Around 400 people from this village have emigrated to Iceland since the 80’s and nobody has returned. Those who stayed behind – most of them from the older generation – are hoping for the reunion. But now their children and grandchildren are settling into new lives on the other side of Europe. The distance separating them is great and the journey expensive, so they don’t get to hug each other very often. The best alternative is intensive contact by Skype.