In the summer of 1945, a group of children from concentration camp finds refuge in an abandoned building. But they are facing danger once again as the building is surrounded by killer dogs from the concentration camp. Will they be able to overcome their growing internal conflicts and save their lives?
In his second feature length film, Polish director Adrian Panek offers a fascinating blend of wartime drama, a coming-of-age film and horror movie. The film boasts a fantastic cast of mostly unprofessional young actors and impeccable technical execution. It has already received numerous awards, among others at fantastic film festivals in Sitges and Tallin.