- Directed by Andrzej Jakimowski
- Director of Photography Adam Bajerski
- Production Designer Ewa Jakimowska
- Production Managers: Kasia Kucia and Rita Tares
- Sound Design: Jacek Hamela
- Music: Tomasz Gąssowski
- Edited: Cezary Grzesiuk
- Costumes: Aleksandra Staszko
Ian arrives at a Lisbon clinic for the visually impaired to teach blind patients navigational skills. The clinic’s international community greet his unorthodox methods with both anticipation and scepticism. For Ian, orientation flows from the mind and imagination – then sensory perception follows. His methods, though effective, are not without risk...
Beautifully assembled pic, shot in warmly lit widescreen and with a vibrant score, looks at the different options available to help blind people live their lives as fully and independently as possible, even if not all methods are without risk.
- Boyd Van Hoeij, Variety -
STILLS FROM THE SET
Andrzej Jakimowski in the foreground
Filip, Czarek’s son, celebrating Children’s Day on set
The director and director of photography – Andrzej Jakimowski and Adam Bajerski.
The actors – visually impaired children
The streets of Lisbon
Adam Bajerski using a Steadicam.
Alexandra Maria Lara, with Adam Bajerski and Andrzej Jakimowski in the background.
Jacek Januszyk and Adam Bajerski shooting with two cameras on cranes.