Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Jan (Piotr Franczewski) is a mild-mannered college teacher who is fired from his job. He is continually distracted and worried about his wife Joanna (Ewa Wisneiwska), an older woman of beauty who has been plagued by mental problems throughout her life. After she is brought home from the mental hospital, Joanna takes an overdose of pills and dies. The sadistic Dr. Kramer (Olgierd Lukaszewicz) accuses Jan of driving his wife to her death. A court trial is held, and Jan is found morally responsible for Joanna's demise, losing the respect of his teenage children and neighbors. After Jan checks himself into the mental hospital, he is subjected to shock treatments administered by the twisted Dr. Kramer.
accusation, mental-illness, sadist, suicide, teacher, unemployment, wife