Warsaw-based filmmakers Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski’s Slow Light is the tragic tale of a boy born with eyes so dense that it takes light seven years to travel through them and hit his retinas. At seven years old then, he finally begins to see events as they happened around him when he was just a baby. From that moment on, his physical and psychological development lag behind, creating an immature character who struggles to adapt to the world around him. He is, almost literally, living in the past. Full film out soon.