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Jan P. Matuszynski | 2021 | 160 MINS
Poland/Czech Republic | Subtitles
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In 1983, communist Poland is shaken by the case of high school student Grzegorz Przemyk, who is beaten to death by police. There is only one witness.

In Detail

On May 12, whilst martial law is in force in the country, Grzegorz Przemyk, son of the opposition poet Barbara Sadowska, is arrested and badly beaten by a police patrol. Przemyk dies after two days of agony.

The only witness to the fatal beating is one of Grzegorz's colleagues, Jurek Popiel, who decides to fight for justice and to testify against the police. When twenty thousand march through the streets of Warsaw behind Przemyk's coffin, the authorities decide to use any tools against the witness and the deceased's mother to discredit them and prevent Jurek from testifying in court. Full of incident and invention, and a real treat.

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