directed by Waldemar Krzystek written by Waldemar Krzystek, Krzysztof Kopka director of photography Piotr Śliskowski production design by Marek Warszewski costume design by Małgorzata Zacharska edited by Marek Mulica production manager Sylwester Banaszkiewicz
cast Krzysztof Czeczot (Józek), Wojciech Solarz (Staszek), Maciej Makowski (Piotr), Piotr Głowacki (Sobczak, kapitan SB), Mariusz Benoit (Stary), Jan Frycz, Olga Frycz, Krzysztof Stroiński, Przemysław Bluszcz, Marcin Bosak, Filip Bobek (Władysław), Agnieszka Grochowska, Marek Kossakowski (Zdzich), Adam Ferency (kardynał)
produced by MediaBrigade co-produced by Orka Postproduction Studio, Odra Film, Dreamsound, Editingbrigade producers Marcin Kurek, Sylwester Banaszkiewicz co-financed by Wrocław City Hall, Lower Silesian Voivodship Marshal Office, The Polish Film Institute distributed by Kino Świat world sales MediaBrigade
35mm, Cinemascope, colour, Dolby Digital EX, 110 minutes
A film about the struggle against communism. Wrocław, 1981. The events depicted in the film took place ten days before martial law was introduced in Poland. Władysław Frasyniuk, then leader of the regional Solidarity, along with four colleagues, withdrew 80 million of the organization’s money out of the bank. The money was later used to build the underground resistance movement.
Born in 1953. Screenwriter and director. Graduated in Film Directing from the Faculty of Radio and Television at University of Silesia in Katowice. Directs documentary films and teleplays. Winner of awards at international film festivals in Dunkirk and San Sebastian.