'Johnny,' a Polish biographical drama directed by Daniel Jaroszek, is about two people's strangest relationships: a priest named Jan Kaczkowski and an ex-convict named Patryck Galewski. While working at the hospice, Patryck encounters the priest Jan Kaczkowski, who transforms the ex-convict's life through trust and love.
The drama film 'Johnny' is set mostly in the hospice where Patryck works and meets Jan. This changes the context as the story progresses, making the filming locations of the ex-convict a popular topic of discussion for many viewers.
Johnny Filming Locations
The production of 'Johnny' was shot entirely in Poland, particularly in the Masovian Voivodeship and the Pomeranian Voivodeship. The film's main shooting was apparently completed in August 2021, and the film was completed in the same month of September.
Poland's Masovian Voivodeship
The filming crew for 'Johnny' was stationed at various locations throughout the Masovian Voivodeship, including Warsaw, the country's capital as well as Poland, being one of the primary production locations for the drama film. Moreover, during the filming schedule, many locals and passersby saw the cast and crew members tape some key scenes in and around the town of Konstancin-Jeziorna in the province's Piaseczno County.
The locations of the Masovian Voivodeship have been used in many film and television programs over the years, including 'Dziewczyny z Dubaju,' 'Squared Love,' 'High Water,' and 'Sexify.'
Poland's Pomeranian Voivodeship
The 'Johnny' filming crew visited the Pomeranian Voivodeship, in Poland's northwestern region, to record several important sequences for the Daniel Jaroszek film. Specifically, the town of Puck in Gdask Pomerania served as one of the key filming locations. Also, the location of the seaside resort town of Sopot in the province provided important photographic opportunities for the filming crew.