Written and directed by: Jan Jakub Kolski
Music: Dariusz Górniok
Principal Cast: Eryk Lubos, Agnieszka Pawelkiewicz, Mariusz Bonaszewski, Aleksandra Michael
An ex-soldier of a military special unit stationed in Afghanistan returns home from a mission. Surrounded by hi-tech electronic equipment and untamed nature, he prepares for his next secret assignment. His house, however, has a new inhabitant, a teenage girl, who begins to influence the man's performance. He battles constantly with visions of his past, only to discover that his mind is playing tricks on him and he is losing control. Director Jan Jakub Kolski, known primarily as “..the master of Polish magical realism…” here creates an atmosphere that is poetic and brutal, a paean to both man’s inhumanity and the human soul’s need for love. The film will be remembered not only as a turning point in Kolski's filmography, but for its breathtaking performance by Eryk Lubos. To Kill a Beaver actually serves as a monodrama for this amazing actor, who is absolutely distinguished in Polish cinema.