Polish director Radoslaw Piwowarski’s feature, set in 1968 in a small Polish town, is about a trio of teenagers—two close male friends (Olaf Lubaszenko and Piotr Siwkiewicz) and the rebellious daughter of the local police chief they both are in love with—who become the victims of anti-Semitic attacks (1989). On the same program, For Noemi, a Polish short by Longin Szmyd (1988).