VIDEO: The film about a Jewish man from the Warsaw ghetto who finds himself working as a waiter in a luxury hotel in Hitler’s Third Reich by pretending to be French while sleeping with German women before brutally discarding them as revenge for the murder of his family has opened in cinemas.
Due to the prevailing epidemiological situation in Poland and government recommendations regarding the organisation of mass events, the 45th Polish Film Festival (FPFF) in Gdynia, a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland, has been postponed until 2021.
Her film ‘Citizen Jones’ cover the true story of a journalist who told the world about the horrors of Stalin’s famine in Ukraine.
Known for his painting-like works such as the The Mill and the Cross (2011) and his 2004 “The Garden of Earthly Delights”, Majewski’s 14th movie the Valley of the Gods is tipped as one of the most eagerly anticipated foreign films this year.
Arguably the most important film festival in Poland, this year’s Polish Film Festival in Gdynia will give audiences not only a unique opportunity to see what’s hot in today’s cinema, but will also provide a concise snapshot of Polish film’s glorious past.