Warsaw ’44 at Ognisko's Kino Klub

Jan Komasa’s war piece followed by the Q&A with Józef Pawłowski


20 November, 7pm
Ognisko Polskie
55 Princes Gate
South Kensington
London SW7 2PN

Warsaw ’44 dir. Jan Komasa, Poland 2014, 130 mins

Join us at Ognisko Polskie for the last Kino Klub meeting of this year as we will be showing Jan Komasa’s epic film depicting the tragic events of the Warsaw Uprising. Kino Klub is a series of monthly screenings dedicated to showcasing the most intriguing films in contemporary Polish cinema.
‘Warsaw ‘44’ is a story about young people facing coming-of-age in the times of war. They try to live their lives to the full, as each day may be their last one. Death lurks behind every corner. In summer of 1944 Stefan (Józef Pawłowski), taking care of his brother and mother, decides to join the resistance movement as the rebellion is about to outbreak. The scale of horror will, however, shatter his romantic image of fighting for his motherland.
This film is in Polish with English subtitles.
A drinks reception will follow the screening.

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