My Own Private Groundhog Day
a documentary film by Dorota Zglobicka
My Own Private Groundhog Day - A universal tale about people who were forced to give up their lives for sec.
While people are in lockdown the world moves on, and it is on the path of change.
My Own Private Groundhog Day is an insightful documentary that highlights the lives and mental journeys of regular creative people like musicians, actors, artists, business owners, and more - during pandemic 2020/21 in the background of huge social changes.
The film follows stories in the background of the George Floyd revolution, through SpaceX/Nasa expedition, Graduation, Prom, Pride Month, Easter, and more.
Among others, the biggest issue created by the pandemic is Mental Health. We observe how Jung's theory of Collective Unconscious become a pandemic of Collective Depression.
Documented over 12 months with people who wanted to say something or show about their isolation and social distancing and more. Over twenty people, twenty different stories of dealing with those trying times, mental health, missing family, boredom, or having fun, as well as anger about racial injustice.
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Director: Dorota Zglobicka
Screenwriter: Dorota Zglobicka
The documentary shows coming to life Film Studio based on Zbig Rybczynski’s extensive scientific research, his US patents and experience as a creative artist. The illustrious Polish film director and cinematographer has been honored with numerous prestigious film awards, including an Oscar for his film Tango, the MTV awards and Emmy for The Orchestra - the first HDTV special effects production ever made.