Ki is a 20-year-old with a hook whose stability is alien. He is still rushing somewhere, he can't sit still. He likes to go to popular places, meet new people and change his place of residence. He cannot reach an agreement with his life partner, so one day he simply takes his small belongings and moves in with his friend.
Motherhood that happened to her is like a puddle in which she has stepped on her favorite shoe
In the world of the main heroine there are uncomplicated rules that follow the motto "Somehow it will be." She herself is a parasite that feeds on human naivety and soft hearts. She behaves like a cuckoo who tosses her egg to people who have come across her feet at a given moment. And all this just to leave your just like nest nest and not think about everyday problems.
She has mastered the methods of extorting benefits from the state. Due to favorable circumstances, she can bend reality so that she appears in the eyes of strangers as a Polish mother. And although she thinks that she herself can bear the burden of her duties, she gladly stretches out her pocket money from her parent and makes a request for child support from her child's father.
She does not know what shame is, her remorse is alien. In a simple way she manages to win over people and make them part of her intense life. At first glance, she is a person whose phone number is worth having in his cell, but he loses on closer acquaintance and when someone gives her his finger, he greedily reaches for his whole hand.
She is not at all in the role of mother
Motherhood that happened to her is like a puddle in which she has stepped on her favorite shoe. You can live with such a stain, you can add some ideology to it, but the trace that remains after it is visible to the environment in front of which you need to play a proven role. In fact, Ki only poses at the university, students during practical painting classes, and every day when she puts on a mask of an independent, hit and carefree woman.
One day he comes up with the idea to expose the lies of your lifeto see the truth about yourself. He even tries to create a kind of documentary film, treating it as an art, a noteworthy performance.
Deep down our Ki stopped at Peter Pan stage, which as a result of a coincidence and wrong decisions was in a land to which it is difficult for him to adapt. As a child herself, it is extremely difficult to be responsible for the man whom she carried under her heart for nine months. Her son, whom he addresses, as in the case of all his friends, in short, by cutting off the further part of the name, he was deprived of home, a real family atmosphere. He is not able to give up an evening out for him, he cannot provide care during his occasional work. His behavior does not give him a positive example, does not teach him any values. Only when he feels threatened by government officials does he stage performances to which he engages people she doesn't really care about, whose dedication she doesn't appreciate ...
A selfish combinator who does not draw conclusions, does not learn from her mistakes, eventually loses the people who let her get on her head in turn. Those who manipulate or pull into her games leave her.
Mother at the very bottom ...
Although, in fact, I feel sorry for her, because the vision of lonely motherhood in her case will probably bring deplorable results, I feel that Kinga can only help falling to the bottom, a great revolution in the form of a huge kick from life. As in the case of an alcoholic who must lose everything to understand what value he has hurt for him.
Looking at the heroine of the film, I am more and more convinced that contraceptives should be advertised on public television. Because trying to explain to some people that if they are not ready to start a family, they should not entrust their fate to chance, often it does not bring the expected results.
A child will always grow up somehow?
There is a conviction in our society that unwanted pregnancy is not a tragedy and that the child will always be brought up somehow. My objections revolve around this somehow. Immature to the role of mother Ki, it never crossed the thought that for the good of the child, not his own, the best way to provide him with care, security and stability is to give him to someone who can handle it with all the benefits of inventory.
Such condemning a child to grow up in the belief that he is uncomfortable luggage, which necessarily accompanies us in our life journey, is cruel.
I don't doubt that Kinga loves Peter in his own way, but the way he shows it is very inept. Sometimes she lets in her voice of maternal instinct, but it conflicts with her egoistic attitude.
Ki is a hopeless case that has no positive prospects for the future. This is a woman who is a mother by name only, by chance. She slips ineptly between days, and when her last resort, her roommate, who plays the role of her fiancé, leaves her, the girl incredulously discovers that she can only count on herself.
Is Ki a picture of a modern mother, refuting the stereotypical myth about the parent who sacrifices her career, friends and personal desires for the good of the home? No, she is a woman calling for help in her clothes. You can guide her on the right path by closing her wallet in front of her and taking the time to conduct a serious conversation.
So what can I say to the heroine who is alone in her problems? Quo Vadis Ki? Your child needs you. Awesome until it's too late!