Szymon Ruczyński, Katarzyna Małyszko
“Puszcza: Diptych” is a story about an old forest told from two perspectives: nature and man. In the first part, guided by magic fires, we set out on a restless journey through the wilderness. In the second chapter, we observe the attitude of man towards nature in the crooked mirror. Although both parts differ in terms of visuals, their content complements, outlining a complex picture of our relationship with nature. The film was inspired by the conflict over one of the most valuable forests in Europe – Białowieża Primeval Forest.