All Anna's Little Lies is an adaptation of Krzysztof Bizio's story 012 from the collection Anyway, All Flowers Are So Beautiful in Summer. It is a subtle story of a woman who discovers the seemingly lost meaning of life. One night, the 35-year-old Anna has a little too much wine which triggers a wave of memories. Clearly tipsy, she hits the town and ends up in a detoxication ward. There, she meets Ada – a childhood friend. This meeting changes the lives of both women, allowing them to look at their problems from a different perspective.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Playwright, writer, architect. He made his debut as a playwright in 2000 with a drama Let's Talk About Life and Death. Several dozen of his plays (e.g. Toxins, Lament) have been staged in theatres in Poland and abroad. He has also written scripts for television (e.g. tele-play Fotoplastykon), radio plays, and feature films (0_1_0 script, among others). As a writer, he has published a collection of stories Anyway, All Flowers Are So Beautiful in Summer (2004), and a short story August (2006). In 2007 he graduated from fiction course at The Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing.