A film, intended for an international audience, inspired by the art and writings of the artist Zbylut Grzywacz from Kraków. The film will depict the circle of underground and independent artists and writers in Poland. Joanna Helander, having lived in Kraków, was a friend of many of them and has a uniquely personal approach to the people and the time. We will explore the impact the artist had on the monumental changes in Poland and the life of the artist after the democratic revolution. Filmmaker Andrzej Wajda is also part of the film both as great artist and commenting on the creative lives of his contemporaries. A special focus of the film will be the women connected to Zbylut Grzywacz, both their views of the artist and his outlook on women, sex, art, and life.