Release date: 2010
Kolysanka means Lullaby in Polish and what we have is an unusual entry into the vampire genre by a film that is a gentle but black comedy that satirises modern Poland and societal concerns such of off-shoring of work.
It also features a rather unusual vampire family, though we get to see little in the way of vampiric activity, most of it inferred and off-screen.
|the family arrive|
|Michal with the postman|
|Bozena and Michal|
|Dziadek's last two teeth|
|the vampire family|
All the above said, it didn’t make the film unenjoyable, indeed it was a fun, well shot film that is worthy of several viewings. I do wish we had got to know more lore but, be that as it may, the film gets a respectable 7 out of 10.