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A self-centred, anti-Semitic, Catholic sewer worker shelters Jews from the Nazis, at first for money but gradually because he comes to care about them as a human being.
Poland, 1983. The country is shaken by the case of Grzegorz Przemyk - a high school student beaten to death by militia. Based on true events, the film follows the story of Jurek - the only witness of the beating, who overnight became the number one enemy of the state.
Geoffrey Rush counts his blessings Actor adds Karlovy Vary Crystal Globe to a glittering collection
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Keeping traces Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier on Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel
Keeping it simple Paul Solet on partnering with Adrien Brody to make Clean
Schreiber’s crusade for Ukraine Actor spearheads campaign for help at the grassroots
Still waters Ed Accura on changing the narrative with Blacks Can’t Swim: Rewind
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