“It was raining. I was studying for my natural philosophy exam. Noise was coming from outside. I looked out the window. What I saw intrigued me enough to turn on my camera and document the unfolding event.” This is how the author of “Wrona” describes the origin of his short documentary observation. The film is a record of a certain story seen from the window of a block of flats overlooking a park. In a concise manner, it shows human attitudes toward the unusual behaviour of a young crow. This formally simple documentary, recorded from a single angle, forms a universal tale about mankind.