Let’s go. Without a smartphone or ticket, in an air-conditioned railway compartment. To the seaside. To Mielno. Anywhere. Pola is ready for anything, even if this means an overnight stay without a breakfast buffet. But Pola is not alone. She is accompanied by her cousin, Daśka Fąferska, a fit&eco buff; the two girls are an explosive duo.
Can they cover hundreds of kilometres together unscathed? Whom can they trust? The stranger driving a Finnish truck? The pilgrimage runaways? Or maybe the mysterious medicine woman from the forest? How about each other? Will they find a common language even though it is apparent there are more differences than similarities between them?
This perverse adaptation of Adam Bahdaj’s cult novel is a trip that anyone addicted to a charger and a power outlet would envy. Put your mobiles away. You will reach your destination without a map or traffic jam updates.