6 Degrees

Director: Bartosz Dombrowski
Original title: 6 kroków
Country: Poland
Year of release: 2013
Runtime: 80 minutes
Colour: Colour
Language: Spanish, English, Polish
Subtitles: English

Producer: Anna Wydra, Tomasz Tokarski, Izabela Łopuch, Hanka Kastelicová
Writer: Bartosz Dombrowski
Camera: Wojciech Zieliński
Editing: Iza Pająk PSM; Mateusz Romaszkan
Sound: Błażej Kafarski
Cast: Martyna Załoga, Marcin Miller, Sylvia Kalicinski, Guillermo Sesma

The Six Degrees of Separation theory states that any two people in the world are connected by a maximum of six people who know each other. To test this theory, the Polish filmmakers set off on a long trip whose beginning and end were determined by lottery. On the various stops of their journey from a young Warsaw musician to an uneducated Mexican farmer, we learn a great deal about the various forms of interpersonal relationships. This experimental documentary, presented as a concrete application of a theoretical construct, is a visually impressive parable about closeness over large distances and the separation of people who are physically close together.

“I don’t think there are five good relationships in politics. You have a few, less than that. Because you are not gonna trust anyone. No one. Betrayals are on this business I think everywhere.”

6 Degrees

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