Battle of Warsaw 1920

Synopsis: The First Polish 3D Feature Film! Poland's winning battle against Soviet Russia as seen through the eyes of two young protagonists, Ola and Jan. She is a Warsaw cabaret dancer, while he is ...
Director(s): Jerzy Hoffman
  5 nominations.
115 min

World War One...

brought defeat to the three powers...

that had occupied

the partitioned Poland for 123 years.

Germany and Austria lost the war.

The Bolshevik Revolution plunged Russia...

into a bloody civil war.

In November 1918,

after over a century of bondage

Poland regained her independence.


'Moscow. The Kremlin.'.

To the attention of Comrade Lenin.

At this moment,

when the majority of the white generals...

have been defeated,

the invincible Red Army...

should come to assist...

the Polish proletariat...

in its struggle to abolish...

'the bourgeois government.'.


'From the Polish Soviet Republic'

to the worldwide revolution.

Leon Trotsky,

'People's Commissar

for Military and Naval Affairs.'

I trust the Politburo

will support this decision?

Poland is a barrier...

that separates the Russian revolution

from the European revolution.

It must be eliminated.

Thank you, comrade Stalin.

Who's in favor?

So, comrades...

first we take Poland,

then Germany,

Italy, England...

and the entire world.

I know this scent so well

t read your little card

I'm tired of your gifts of gems and gold.

'Cause now I have a whim to travel very far.

Why don't we just escape out of this cold.

To be there, with you, my sweetie,

to be there, in our Tahiti...

WARSAW A special manifesto

to the Polish nation.

Hear ye, hear ye.

Fellow citizens.

We've regained our political autonomy,

but our poetry is shitting on itself.

It is high time we created

new canons of national art.

Down with the bourgeois Dadaism.

Down with it.

Down with it.

Down with the Cubism, Primitivism

and Expressionism.

Down with it.

Our new art shall draw

on the proletarian Onanism.

Wankers of the world, unite.


I opt for a more patriotic content.

They'll accuse us of Bolshevik agitation.

The Major is right.

Some patriotic spirit, gentlemen.

Every girl is proud and merry

when a patriot plucks her cherry.

No one will be as dear to me as you.

Only you.

Excuse me... sorry...

No one's kisses will be so sweet as yours...

none but yours.

Your heart is so kind and sweet

I can calm and comfort mine.

When I'm down and cry or weep...

and pine.

No one else can love me so much as you.

Only you.

Who can understand me so well as you.

Only you.

Other's words and sweet caresses...

always will be cold and dull...

for my love is once and for all for you.

Only you.


You're late again.

We're being mobilized and...

Oh Christ.

A stint at the front will cure him

of that futurist nonsense.

Oh, no, no. Nonsense

is my specialty. Right, dear?


I love you.


I love you.

A lot?

A lot.

How much is a lot?

A lot is a lot is a lot.

Marry me.

Marry me.

Do it.

Today. Now. This instant.

You madman.

Don't get up, gentlemen.


Here you are.

Thank you.

Ten of clubs.

Ace of hearts.

How do they do that, Ola?

They count the cards.

Make use of your talent in Monte Carlo.

I'm on the black list there.

Me too.

Ignacy, is that you?

Oh... God bless you.

With Father Ignacy, please.

Asleep? At this hour?

So wake him up.

I'm calling from the Curia.

Yes, the bishop's one, who else's?

Get him for me, on the double.

Gentlemen, I am impressed.

Captain Kostrzewa.

Will you permit me...

to ask the lady to dance?

I'd be immensely honored.

You are absolutely ravishing.

The lady only dances on stage.

And that?

That was someone special.

What are you suggesting?

Enough, pops.

Excuse me?

You're dismissed.

I demand satisfaction.

What are you doing?


the uniform of a Polish officer

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Jerzy Hoffman

Jerzy Hoffman (pronounced [ˈjɛʐɨ ˈxɔfman]; born 15 March 1932) is a Polish film director and screenwriter. more…

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