Wajda sends Poland to the cinema


The title is Post Mortem, and it recounts the Katyn massacre, where thousands of Polish officials died at the hand of Stalin, a forbidden theme for many decades. With this new film, the director Andrzej Wajda shows how a people cannot live without considering their history. Just like individuals. He believes that the bond with the history and literature of one’s own land continues to be very strong, as all his works show, starting with those of his prestigious beginnings.

The title is Post Mortem, and it recounts the Katyn massacre, where thousands of Polish officials died at the hand of Stalin, a forbidden theme for many decades. With this new film, the director Andrzej Wajda shows how a people cannot live without considering their history. Just like individuals. He believes that the bond with the history and literature of one’s own land continues to be very strong, as all his works show, starting with those of his prestigious beginnings.

 

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