Guilty People

One night of a prohibition era exclusive bar. A hedonist gang has to face the consequences of their action in an ultimate shootout. Can the guilty people be redeemed?

  • Kamil Kwiecinski
    Defending Macbeth
  • Kamil Kwiecinski
    Defending Macbeth
  • Kamil Kwiecinski
    Defending Macbeth
  • Claudia Antoszewski
  • Jasiek Popławski
    Key Cast
  • Dominik Kublik
    Key Cast
  • Mateusz Lewandowski
    Key Cast
  • Jakub Oleszczuk
    Key Cast
  • Julia Chętnicka
    Key Cast
    United States of Love
  • Miłosz Konkel
    Key Cast
    The Passing Bells
  • Cezary Cichoniec
    Key Cast
  • Claudia Antoszewski
    Key Cast
    "Girlfriend #1"
  • Anna Czech
    Key Cast
    "Girlfriend #2"
  • Aleksandra Dzwonkowska
    Key Cast
    "Girlfriend #3"
  • Klara Kowalczyk
    Key Cast
    "Girlfriend #4"
  • Maks Amanowicz
  • Ignacy Kiełczewski
    Camera Operator
  • Wojtek Strzelecki
    Focus Puller
  • Marta Rolska
    1st Assistant Director
  • Kamil Kwiecinski
    Defending Macbeth
  • Project Type:
    Music Video, Short
  • Genres:
    Gangster, Crime, Music Video, Action, Romance
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    November 9, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    1,200 USD
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, Blackmagic Ursa 4.6K
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Director Biography - Kamil Kwiecinski

Born in Lublin, Poland in 1996. From early childhood he expressed his affection towards cinema. "U Machulskich" theatre workshop gave him a strong storytelling foundation, which got him several festival awards for writing and directing.
In 2019 he graduated from the Film course at Westminster Film School, London, UK. Later, he returned to Warsaw and since then has been working as a TV screenwriter as well as developing his own projects.

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Director Statement

I wanted to make a different type of metal music video. I thought of the story while listening to the lyrics. Wanting to be judged by one's own rules is a universal sentiment, so that is the bridge connecting prohibition era American gangsters with a young Polish band. A decision not to include a typical music video element - actual footage of the band playing the track, came quite early. We wanted to produce an uninterrupted experience set in a completely different world.