The story takes place in two parallel time planes. The first plot follows the events of one autumn night in 1978. Edward Srodon, a zootechnician, makes an accidental stopover in a farmhouse of Dziabas family in the remote area of Bieszczady Mountains. He stays for the night. The initial distrust between the guest and his hosts is quickly dispelled with moonshine and turns into a camaraderie, intimacy and even friendship. A plan of making a joint business arises, as well as passion and lust, which lead to a surprising and tragic consequences... Second plot is set on a winter day, during the Martial Law in Poland. An investigating team of Milicja Obywatelska (People's Militia) is visiting the crime scene. Lieutenant Mroz is trying to solve the multiple murder case from four years ago. The tool he has to his disposal is the reconstruction of events with help of the chief suspect, Srodon.
Age: 36 Joined: 15 Aug 2010 Posts: 162 Location: ¯agañ, Lengyelország
Posted: 2011-03-03, 19:05
This song is called "Janek Wi¶niewski pad³" ("Janek Wi¶niewski was fallen"). It was one of the most famous opposition songs in years '70. This is a punk rock version of this song performed by Kazik Staszewski, our highly reputable punk-rock legend.
Age: 29 Joined: 18 Oct 2010 Posts: 28 Location: Lodz
Posted: 2011-03-03, 23:04
Soon will be released a new movie about Mieczys³aw Dziemieszkiewicz "Rój", which was a soldier of NSZ (National Armed Forces), one of the "Cursed Soldiers". The movie is called "Historia Roja - w ziemi lepiej s³ychaæ". You can see trailer on facebook:
I went to Istytut Polski and borrowed a couple of Polish films from their library. Thankfully all of them have English subtitles :-D
So now I have Dom Z³y (thanks for the tip to Veto) Miasto z Morza (now I know more about the history of Gdynia) and Ziemia obiecana. I copied them to my computer of course :mrgreen:
And I've seen Sami swoi on YT (thanks Shimizu!) When the cow blew up and they started "WW III." I was laughing so very much. Wonderful film! :lol:
For future try: "Nie lubiê poniedzia³ku" (I don't like monday) it is good comedy about one day of live Warsaw people in communist Poland, and "Kiler" :-)
Awesome was two polish TV series from 80' - "Zmiennicy" and "Alternatywy 4".