THE DAYS RUN AWAY LIKE WILD HORSES OVER THE HILLS (Marcin Malaszczak) intimately explores ideas of female identity and womenhood. Set in Berlin, and in a small town in Poland, DAYS takes place in the closed space of private homes and the oddly contained worlds of public spaces; Filmed in both black-and-white and colour, DAYS features stark, candid performances from its cast, and slips between documentary and dream-like narrative. What is the connection between these women? Are they alternate realities of the same life? Are they converging memories of an entire lifetime? Under the winter sky, they wonder what they might become and what might have become of them. Time passes ever slower.