Alfred and Jerzy take part in a brutal incident: during a train ride, a couple of hooligans harass a young woman. Jerzy stands in her defense. Alfred hesitates and becomes a helpless bystander as his younger brother is thrown off the moving train. ‘Courage’ is about people whose lives get disturbed by a violent act, which forces them to reveal who they really are.
A director and screenwriter, Greg Zglinski was born in 1968 in Warsaw. He lived in Switzerland for 15 years, where he was as a guitarist and bassist in numerous rock groups. In 1996, he graduated from the Polish National Film School in Lodz under the mentorship of Krzysztof Kieslowski. His first film, the Belgian-Swiss co-production, “One Long Winter Without Fire,” won numerous awards including the best debut at the 61st Venice International Film Festival. He is also the co-creator and director of the award-winning TV series, “The Londoners.”