Presented by Łukasz Ronduda.
“Through and Through” (1972, 72 min) is a legendary feature focusing on radicalization of cinematic  language. The film transgresses traditional methods of narrative construction, which is  characteristic of its genre. This non-conentional treatment of the cinematic form places this film somewhere between experimental art and cinema, in a domain that does not properly belong to either field. Krolikiewicz's radical debut is representative of his parallel pursuits - as a filmmaker as well as film theorist - and employs his crucial theory of "out - of - frame cinematographic space." The first film in his trilogy (together with Dancing Hawk and Endless Claims), which portray typical Polish anti-heroes imprisoned by reality, “Through and Through” criticizes the nihilism and depravity created by the socio-political system.