Why Kino w Trampkach?
Trampek means Sneaker [trampki = sneakers] and in Polish this word comes from TRAMP.
“Trampek” is a shoe of a tramp, wanderer, who has a wild heart and an open mind; who searches. These journey connotations are the most inspiring for us.
We are looking for a good translation of Kino w trampkach into English that would reflect the Polish meaning.
So why Kino w trampkach [Cinema in Sneakers]?:
- we associate sneakers with a journey, an adventure;
- co-viewing is extremely important in experiencing films. You need to go (out) to the cinema and watch the films with others;
- every films is a journey;
- when we look at young people’s sneakers we think of Sailor Ripley saying “Did I ever tell ya that this here jacket represents a symbol of my individuality, and my belief in personal freedom?”