Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Andrzej Baranski's small-scale drama A Few People, A Little Time dramatizes the relationship between a blind woman and a poet. Set in Poland in the early eighties, the movie stars Krystyna Janda as Jadwiga, a middle-age blind woman who is independent enough to care for her ailing father, and provide emotional support to Miron (Andrzej Hudziak), a respected poet. While both are physically flawed, they help each other, Miron by describing the world to Jadwiga, Jadwiga by helping the poet deal with his many insecurities. The delicate balance of their friendship teeters when Jadwiga decides to try her own hand at creating poetry.
blindness [physical], friendship, poet