All That I Love (Wszystko, co kocham)


All That I Love (Wszystko, co kocham) (2010)




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Two young people struggle with love and the winds of political change in this coming of age drama from Polish filmmaker Jacek Borcuch. It's 1981, and there's talk of a revolution in Poland; the Solidarity movement is on the rise, and people are willing to openly criticize the Communist line in a way they never have before. Teenage Janek (Mateusz Ko_ciukiewicz) is the rebellious son of a military officer who is the lead singer with a punk rock band, ATAI (All That I Love), whose music often deals with the failings of socialism. Janek is in love with Basia (Olga Frycz), a girl whose father is a political activist sympathetic with Solidarity. While Janek and Basia share similar political views, she can't hide her anger when military officials arrest her father, and blames Janek's father for the incident. As Janek is torn between his family, the girl he loves and his political conscience, ATIL play a show that puts his father in a difficult position. Wszystko, Co Kocham (aka All That I Love) was an official selection at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


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A highly affable feature about a group of lads forming a punk rock band in 1981 as their country goes totalitarian. Unlikely heroes, they get to sing, and the lead loses his virginity on a beach. What better way is there to spend one's youth?

Oct 31, 2012 | Full Review…

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