Xawery Żuławski would like to present his vision of the apocalypse of bloodthirsty undead. Let’s check the trailer of “Apokawixa”, which reveals the basic plot assumptions. Here, the dark vision of the apocalypse will be mixed with unusual humor.
On October 7, a new production directed by Xawery Żuławski will debut in theaters, the author of such paintings as “Polish-Russian War”, “Thaw”, “Bird Talk”, “Diagnosis” or “Agata’s Law”. On September 13, the results of the work of the TVN Warner Bros. team. Discovery will be available to participants of the Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia – during the event, the comedy will have a chance to compete for the Golden Lion award.
So what is Apokawixa about? It is a gloomy vision of the world in which nature, after years of neglect on the part of the human species, decides to respond with … a new epidemic. The group of high school graduates will have to face the greatest threat that broke out at the most unexpected moment – when the “melange of their lives” is in full swing.
“Sometimes a hangover is not the worst that can happen to you …” Apokawixa “is the story of a group of high school graduates who – tired of successive lockdowns – decide to organize a” melange of life “at the seaside. Despite the alarmingly high concentration of cyanobacteria in the Baltic Sea and cases of strange infections, everything initially goes normally – the beach, dancing, sex, drinking, love and disappointment. Minute by minute, however, the whole thing starts to spin out of control. In the middle of the party, a zombie epidemic breaks out. Heroes have to fight for their lives.
The cast of the film “Apokawixa” includes both promising representatives of the young generation of actors such as Mikołaj Kubacki, Natalia Pitry, Waleria Gorobets, Mariusz Urbaniec, Alicja Wieniawa-Narkiewicz, Aleksander Kaleta, Mikołaj Matczak, Monika Mikołajczak and Oskar Wojciechowski, as well as experienced Polish artists – Tomasz Kot, Cezary Pazura, Matylda Damięcka and Sebastian Fabijański. The trio is responsible for the script: Krzysztof Bernas, Maciej Kazula and Xawery Żuławski.