The starting point has been a photograph taken 15 years earlier on the stairs of the Polish National Film, TV and TheatreSchool in Łódź. It shows a group of students sitting together with their special guest - Roman Polański. Each of them dreamed of following the example of the most famous of the school's graduates. The film shows their lives during those fifteen years and how much of their dreams have come true, how much they have had to give up, and what there is still left for them.
Born in 1973 in Krakow. A graduale of the Faculty of Directing at the Lodz Film School. His Evolution (2001) received the Golden Gate award at the festival in San Francisco and the Silver Dragon and Bronze Hobby Horse at the 42ndKrakow Film Festival; he also won at the festival in Dubrovnik. The film Poles, Poles (2002) was qualified for festivals in: Leipzig, Rome and Guangzhou. The documentary Kurc (2005) was nominated for the Best Short Film Award at the festival in Biarritz and won at the Film Festival in Cieszyn. Lankosz is the author of From a Different Perspective, a documentary series shot in Iran, France and China, and of the film Alien VI (2007), made as part of the 30 minutes project.