The film is a light comedy of manners, which was typical Polish film production from the inter-War period.
It tells a story about the twists and turns of the love life between Ada and Jurek. Ada Roszkowska, the only daughter of a great landowner, has been in love with Jerzy Łącki, a young architect, since her childhood. At the same time, she is dreaming about winning laurels in sport.
After failing to get good results in tennis, she chooses rowing as her new point of interest, but she is not successful in this sports discipline either. With her mind focused on winning in sport, she forgets about Jurek. Feeling lonely, Jurek commits himself to work and spends whatever free time he has left in the company of Irena. Seeing this, Ada rediscovers her affection for Jurek and keeps thinking about him.
The only existing fragment of the film was recovered by Szymon Spandowski, a journalist from Toruń. He has written about the film on his website Szymon Spandowski, where we can find a number of quotations from pre-War newspapers, which discuss the process of making and distributing the film.
Thanks to the materials collected by journalist Szymon Spandowski from Toruń, we now know the locations in Kujawsko-Pomorskie used to shoot some of the scenes in the film.
In Panienka z chmur (The lady from the clouds), we can see the following locations:
Panienka z chmur / The lady from the clouds
Directed by: Bernard Marwiński
Cinematography: Stanisław Witkiewicz
Produced by: Marwin – Film Toruń – Poznań
Cast: Lili Dorey, Tom Łącki, Lech Szeliga, and others.