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It was also in the top 20 movies of the past year“nothing soup” (Already available in Canal + Premium and Canal + Online) by Kinga Dębska. On an emotional journey to the late PRL, viewers learn about the Makovsky family. The haunted thinker Tadeusz lives with his wife Elipita, the president of the Solidarity Company, two teenage daughters – Marta and Kasia – and a grandmother who remembers the times of the uprising, in a small apartment. Determined, although somewhat careless, Tadeusz makes further attempts to improve the life situation of the family, which, however, only generates trouble.
On the other side “the brothers” (premiered April 19 on Kanal + Premium, from April 20 on Kanal + Online) is the first full-length debut of director Łukasz Ostalski, which tells the story of two brothers from World War II. Janek and Staszek take a big risk to help their peers, Abram and Chaim, who, without telling anyone, escape the German massacre, and hide them on their farm. Starring: Mikowaj Machak, Wojciech Zyotek, Gordzig Hacknar, Jan Hrinkevich, Katarzyna Shujnaka.
On the other side “I won’t come back here” (Premiered April 25 at Canal + Premium, from April 26 at Canal + Online) is a documentary film by journalist and playwright Mikowaj Lesut. In the last photo, he told the story of four counts of the youth educational center in Gunidze near Białystok – Gossia, Dominica, Uelina and Alija. The girl had a difficult childhood – her parents are toxic, violence, alcohol and drugs, petty crimes. Now they are trying to organize their lives. How do they envision the future? Will they make good decisions?
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