Directed by: 
Tata (Dad, Anna Maliszewska)

Michał is a truck driver and the single father of Miśka. Long hours behind the wheel, loneliness and constantly being on the road are his everyday life. The most important thing is to deliver the goods on time. When he works, his Ukrainian neighbour takes care of his daughter. Her granddaughter Lena and Miśka are inseparable. When the Ukrainian nanny suddenly dies, Michał takes the girls with him. Roadside car parks, life on the road and, finally, meeting Lenka’s family in Ukraine, are all an important sisterhood lesson for the girls, a lesson in growing up in the European periphery that is changing before their eyes. Ukraine, which is a symbol of home and a wonderful childhood for Lenka, turns out to be a place marked by the trials of life and the characters’ struggles. For Michał, the involuntary journey is a time of growing up to be a dad. It will finally make him stop running from his demons and let him discover what the most important thing in his life really is. (Festivalinformation, Warschau 2022)