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It is implied that Zaneta's grandfather may have gotten rich in part by "possessing" this property once its former Jewish residents were gone.
Giuseppe Sedia of the Krakow Post noted that the character played by Israeli actor Itay Tiran turns out to be "the most tormented groom ever seen in Polish film".
Journeying from England to marry his beautiful beloved, the affable Piotr (Itay Tiran) arrives at the bride’s rural family homestead in the Polish countryside, the property a gift from his future father-in-law (Andrzej Grabowski).
The night before the nuptials, the groom unearths a pile of human bones in a makeshift grave.
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A bridegroom is possessed by a restless spirit during his own wedding celebration in the sinister and at times darkly humorous DEMON, a modern-day take on the dybbuk legend of Jewish folklore.
Finally, the "teacher" (Wlodzimierz Press, who appears to be the only surviving Jewish resident of the town pre-war), realizes Piotr is speaking Yiddish, and that he is possessed by the spirit of Hana, a lovely Jewish girl he knew before the war who suddenly disappeared.
The film is a re-telling of a classic dybbuk story and also an allegory for Polish-Jewish relations before and after the war.
This acclaimed Polish drama was the final film from director Marcin Wrona, who tragically committed suicide not long after it was completed.
The film follows a young couple given an old family home in Poland, where things take a mysterious turn when human remains are found and the couple grapples with a dybbuk—an ancient figure from Jewish folklore.
During the wedding reception this vision draws closer and closer to him, he has apparent seizures, and is eventually possessed by Hana, the woman in the dress.