PAWEŁ ŁOZIŃSKI – YOU DON’T KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU (2016)
With a burgeoning filmography behind him Paweł Łoziński, whose early ‘90s films tackle the traumas of Polish history, has become well known as the creator of ‘non-action’, intimate films that do not simply document the lives of so-called ordinary people but seek the complexities and singularities within them. As he has said: “What I am interested in is ‘those little issues’, trivial, seemingly negligible things. It turns out that they can become the substance of life.” In many ways then, Paweł’s films, work in a meandering zone in which relationships and conversation take precedence over ‘story’. This is vividly clear in his latest film You Don’t Know How Much I Love You. This movie, a fiction film with actors, is an affecting and intensely sensitive portrayal of the vulnerabilities of a therapeutic encounter, and bearing in mind Otherfield’s therapeutic workshops and Paweł’s previous visits we felt an urgency to screen this film and invite him along.
Pawel Lozinski interview: http://culture.pl/en/work/you-have-no-idea-how-much-i-love-you-pawel-lozinski