Vulture (2012) written and directed by Eugeniusz Korin. Imagine that you have the power to decide on people's lives. Who would you condemned, and whom he saved? In the center of Europe suddenly, without a trace, people begin to disappear. The investigation goes into the hands of Vulture - a police officer who appears to be devoid of feelings. Tough, incorruptible, no obligations and favors to others. Until he meets Natasza - a woman other than those that he met so far. The Vulture begins a dangerous game with an opponent who is always one step ahead. He will discover a world in which people lead double lives. For the first time his logical thinking will drive him into a trap with no way out. Suddenly the hunter will find himself the prey. Walking the thin line between passion and reason, the world of logic and one of clever manipulation, he will have to answer the question of whether there is something more important than life itself.
Location: The Little, Theatre, 240 East Ave., Rochester. Tickets can be purchased at The Little Theatre box office beginning Oct. 15 and before the screenings. Regular admission is $9, $7 for seniors and students.
The film festival is sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester, the Polish Film Institute, the Polish Filmmakers Association, Polish Heritage Society of Rochester, and the Little Theatre Film Society. For more information, visit www.rochester.edu/skalny.