Made in Poland
16-year old Boguś, a former altar boy, acts out on his disappointment with God. He scouts out allies in between rampages, but all anyone does is roll their eyes and suggest he get a job. But Boguś has no intention of listening to anyone, even when a former teacher recites poems by Osip Mandelstam to him.
He gets what's coming to him when a couple of local gangsters whose car he destroyed catch up with him and give him one day to cough up 20,000 to cover the damages. He thinks nothing of it, and chooses to pick on a wheelchair-bound invalid and hit on a girl working at an abattoir instead of coming up with the cash. We follow Boguś and his adventures, shot on black and white film with an underground aesthetic (obviously), interspersed with animated sequences in great colors by Krzysztof Ostrowski.