Tag: Urszula Antoniak

Beyond Words [2017]: ‘TIFF’ Review

What perturbs a person more, searching for a sense of belonging in his homeland he remotely doesn’t want to be a part of or sense of “non-belonging” on a foreign soil after…

Nothing Personal [2009] : A wonderful ode to privacy and solitude!

There are so many unspoken emotions and feelings that are carefully presented in Urszula Antoniak’ Nothing Personal that you can almost feel every touch, smell the potatoes boiling and listen past those headphones feeling every beat of the classic music playing along. Nothing Personal works like magic in a wonderful countryside. Where, road lead you to the right path and where solitude is not considered to be a sign of inappropriateness. It is not only respected but lived, loved and worked upon.