Call Me Marianna
Marianna is an attractive 40-year-old woman who has just sued her parents in order to obtain a sex change. Alienated by her mother and neglecting her best friends, she seeks asylum in a theatre group, where she comes to make sense of her situation by rehearsing a play based on her past. When the time for the operation looms over her, Marianna kindles an unlikely romance with an older gentleman who offers her a ray of hope, but she remains confronted with the idea of losing what she holds dearest to her – her family – and she must face the chilling reminder of the sacrifices one takes to be themselves.
Karolina Bielawska was born 1978 in Zakopane, Poland. She graduated from the Wajda School in Warsaw and obtained a degree in directing from the Krzysztof Kieślowski Radio and Television Faculty at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Selected: Hotel (2006), Koniec lata (2009), Warszawa do wzięcia (2009)