The film "6" is a set of episodes illuminating intimacy of six women, a glimpse into their secret world of erotic desires juxtaposed with every day life, house and work environments. This is an exploration of the heroine’s attraction to sex, per se, and a visual depiction of their struggle to retain a sense of it. "6" is of theatrical nature at times - in two burlesque-like episodes women use props and heavy makeup. In remaining four episodes he depicts them "as they are" in their natural home, or work environment. The camera doesn't interrupt any of women's' leisure time, or routine of their daily affairs, but silently observes them and reveals their intimate thoughts and dreams to viewers, outside their private world.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Krzysztof Wasko was born July 31st, 1970 in Lomza Poland. He received his Bachelor of Art with an emphasis in Painting at Colombia College, in Chicago (USA), and his Masters in Painting at The National College of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland. Krzysztof is an actively exhibited painter and photographer. His work have been exhibited in galleries and museums in Poland, Canada, and the United States. Krzysztof’s first films with public exposure were “My False Portrait” and “Clean Dirt”. His films “Visual vs Sound”, “ Touch of Danger”, were part of an independent study at Wroclaw. In 2006, his next film, ” Second Sense” a film that explores nostalgia and the complex dimensions of memory from Soviet period, was included in LiveBox/NOVA Art Fair. Krzysztof is also the Co Founder of JAkT productions.