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On the last day of World War Two, A group of Polish resistance fighters make a botched attempt to kill a Soviet commissar. As they wait to try again, one of them falls in love.
The final historical drama that closes the bloody door on the French Revolution.
In the early days of World War Two, thousands of captured Polish officers are handed over to the Soviet authorities – and vanish.
At the height of the Solidarity movement, a Polish TV journalist is assigned by the government to undermine an independent trade union leader.
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Streaming spotlight: musicians turned actors We celebrate stars who have shone in more than one firmament
Capturing creativity Zaida Bergrothon on Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen and filming Tove
Chomet takes on Pagnol Epic animation project revealed at Annecy
Sheffield DocFest announces winners Nũhũ Yãg Mũ Yõg Hãm: This Land Is Our Land! and Ali and His Miracle Sheep take prizes
Gaza Mon Amour leads Critics Awards for Arab films nominations 200 Meters also makes strong showing in shortlist
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