Dominik is an ordinary boy. He''s got loads of friends, the hottest girl in school, rich parents and money to spend on brand-name clothes. But one innocent kiss with a mate changes everything. He begins to isolate himself from the outside world, spending all his time on his computer. He meets an anonymous girl who introduces him to the "suicide room", a place from which there is no escape. Caught in a trap woven of his own emotions, Dominik becomes entangled in a web of intrigue and gradually loses what he cherishes most.
Suicide Room (Polish: Sala Samobójców) is a 2011 Polish dramatic film directed by Jan Komasa. The premiere was held on 12th February 2011 at The Berlin International Film Festival and on 28th February 2011 in Złote Tarasy in Warsaw, Poland. The movie was released in the cinemas on 4th March.
Dominik Santorski, is a sensitive and a little lost teenager, the son of wealthy, success driven, parents. After a series of dares and humiliating events, classmates accuse him of homosexuality, mock him on social networking sites and move away from him. Dominik, humiliated, refuses to go to school and stops preparing for final exams. These problems overlap with his parents, always absent in the house and at their jobs. Falling into a deep depression, Dominik closes the door of his room and stops leaving his room at all. At the same time, via the Internet, he meets a fascinating, self-injury, and suicidal girl and they make emotional and intellectual bond. Dominik over time loses contact with the real world more and more belonging to a virtual world.