Warsaw '44

Synopsis: A story of love, friendship and the pursuit of adventure during the bloody and brutal reality of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
Director(s): Jan Komasa
Production: Akson Studio
  10 wins & 4 nominations.
130 min

- I remember that!

He crapped in his pants

and put the stuff in my satchel!

- Don't tell her!

- His mum had to apologise to my parents.

She invited them

to the theatre she was in

and the play was awful,

my parents left in the middle.

- The director was an idiot.

- Turn here!

I'm sure your mum is a great person...

I'm so happy!

And I've been wondering

what was going on with you.

Someone said you're working,

or you'd left.

And here you are!

The underground is so much fun!

- We've got the best girls.

- Wladek!

What? You know what

my nickname is?

Crybaby! Cool, huh?

You idiot, he's not conspiring...

- Oh! You're not?

- No, I'm not.

- So what will you be doing?

- Well?

- Depends.

- On what?

- On chance!

- I won't take chances.

I need papers, a job -

some peace and quiet.

- Hi, this is your Coco Chanel outfit.

- Hi Crybaby!

You've met Rogal.

I'll show you everything.

- Instruct him.

- Yes, sir!

Well, well...

The bucket is under the sink,

and there's water in the tap.

The brush!

- Hello, gentlemen!

- Good morning!

Guys, let's unload the crates.

To the office.

- That's the last shipment.

- What?

Let me go first.


Easy with that, please!

Ala! Come back!


- Here!

- Ala, come back!

- Come back!

- Ala!

- Are we coming back?

- I'm staying. Forever.

Ala's staying forever.

My sister -

we're teaching her to swim.

- For now, we teach, you watch.

- Morning.


Someone has to get her back.

- She won't do it on her own.

- Aleksander, go get your sister!

- I can't, my arm hurts.

- Your arm?

- Crybaby!

- I'm busy on holiday.

- So we aren't coming back?

- Change of plans.

- Rogal will get her.

- No, Stefan!

- He's a better candidate.

- Stefan will!

That's right!

Raise your hand

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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