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Poland, on the other hand, is a country whose culture is currently undergoing paradigm shifts in the same direction. Apart from laying out the personal challenges brought on by ever-evolving family structures, The Easter Crumble gives an image of an average Polish response towards these shifting paradigms. Urszula’s daughter, her “one and only bundle of joy” brings out all the feelings that the woman had tried to sweep under the rug for years. According to research Stephanie Coontz on the history of marriage, the evolution of the family in the United States began with an important shift in the culture of marriage in the midth Century. Urszula is at the centre of the Carnage -like show. Julia Kolberger’s short film taps into feelings of anger provoked by change, resentment and unhealed wounds.

Julia Kolberger’s short film taps into feelings of anger provoked by change, resentment and unhealed wounds. She is a respected journalist, lives in a modern home, went through a divorce, got remarried and has poor housekeeping skills. According to research Stephanie Coontz on the history of marriage, the evolution of the family in the United States began with an important shift in the culture of marriage in the midth Century. Julia Kolberger born finished English studies, film studies and applied linguistics in Tours and Paris. Operating within the Polish Filmmakers Association, the studio aims to promote young talented artists and leads the novices through the entire production process. Apart from laying out the personal challenges brought on by ever-evolving family structures, The Easter Crumble gives an image of an average Polish response towards these shifting paradigms. Julia Kolberger’s 30 minute film, produced by Studio Munk, illustrates the confrontation of traditional values with evolutions in the sphere of family structures. What is supposed to be a conciliatory meal between modern and cultured people, turns into a gut-wrenching confrontation of values.

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James went through two divorces and has a 29 year old daughter himself. According to research Stephanie Coontz on the history of marriage, the evolution of the family in the United States began with an important shift in the culture of marriage in the midth Century. Poland, on the other hand, is a country whose culture is currently undergoing paradigm shifts in the filmm direction.

She is a respected journalist, lives in a modern home, went through a divorce, got mazurrek and has poor housekeeping skills. Julia Kolberger is currently working on the screenplay to her feature debut. Operating within the Polish Filmmakers Association, the studio aims to promote young talented artists and leads the novices through the entire production process.

While in Western Europe and the Americas the mazufek family a single set of biological parents residing together with their children dates back to the Middle Ages, in Eastern Europe multiple generations of the same family lived together in the same household, marriage before the age of 30 and kids are highly valued life paths.

Julia Kolberger’s 30 minute film, produced by Studio Munk, illustrates the confrontation of traditional values with evolutions in the sphere mazugek family structures.

Asked by her only daughter, she agrees to host her ex-husband and his new wife in her home for Easter breakfast. Julia Kolberger’s short film taps into feelings of anger provoked by change, resentment and unhealed wounds.

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While the family unit is rapidly evolving under the pressure of the changes in the economy, values, and politics, personal change, as exemplified by Urszula, comes second. Studio Munk, Executive producer: The Easter Crumble took part in two cinematic competitions so far: Urszula is a middle aged working woman who doesn’t seem ‘traditional’ to the bear eye.

Urszula is at the centre of the Carnage -like show. Still from Julia Kolberger’s “Easter Crumble”, photo: Julia Kolberger born finished English studies, film studies and applied linguistics in Tours and Paris.

The short film was produced by the Kolbetger Studio, a production house that specialises in short and full-length debut films. Her documentary work includes Mi mama nie przeszkadzaBy TouchingPowiedz mi cos jeszcze on the other hand is a fiction film.

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Apart from laying out the personal challenges brought on by ever-evolving family structures, The Easter Crumble gives an image of an average Polish response towards these shifting paradigms. Urszula’s daughter, her “one and kolbergsr bundle of joy” brings out all the feelings that the woman had tried to sweep under the rug for years.

What is supposed to be a conciliatory meal between modern and cultured people, turns into a gut-wrenching confrontation of values.