Red patch

Film from the “Fourteen Tales from Lailonia Kingdom by Leszek Kołakowski” series, based on the philosophical parables „Tales from Lailonia Kingdom for the Big and Small” by Leszek Kołakowski.

Etam, a young man from a small town in Lailonia has picked up pears for his girlfriend Nita from his neighbour’s pear-tree.

He is punished for the theft: a red patch appears on his trousers. The patch is contagious. Red patches come out on the trousers of all Etam’s friends. The patches grow bigger and bigger and soon instead of trousers, the lads are wearing large red patches. When they come to school, the teacher cannot see their trousers – he can only see red patches. He tells the boys not to come to school until they put on their trousers. Encouraged by Nita, the lads make holes in their red patches and put on them real colourful patches. To their surprise, the teacher accepts their patched trousers. He explains that on the previous day they were wearing read patches, now they are wearing patched trousers. You may patch your trousers, but you may not patch patches.

RED PATCH (CZERWONA ŁATA)

Directed, artwork, layout by Marek Luzar
Script, dialogue by Jan Zamojski
Music composed and performed by Andrzej Lamers
Main animation by Waldemar Sajkowski
Animation by Edyta Budziszyn, Ewa Danel, Szymon Felkel, Elżbieta Kandziora,Krystyn Koczorski, Marek Luzar, Jarosław Maik, Paweł Iwanowski, Helena Oczko, Andrzej Radka, Ewa Rodewald, Ałła Siemicz, Jolanta Krysta Sobolak, Waldemar Szajkowski, Agnieszka Szcześniak, Lech Śmigaj
Voices: Narrator-Zbigniew Zapasiewicz, and Janusz Andrzejewski, Szymon Bobrowski, Zbigniew Grochal,
Michał Grudziński, Daniela Popławska, Agnieszka Różańska
Camera by Krzysztof Szyszka, Krzysztof Napierała
Sound, editing by Irena Hussar
Production Managing by Ewa Samborska
Series executive director by Maciej Wojtyszko
Series editor by Anna M. Zaremba (TV SFA)
Series editor by Krystyna Chojnacka(TVP SA)

Classical animation on celluloid, 35 mm, colour, 414 m/e, 15:08 min.
Date of production: 31.12.1997 © TVP SA 1998

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