Andrzej Wajda

A grim portrait of devastation, by the Polish master.
After a lifetime of charting his country’s social and political upheavals, veteran Polish director Andrzej Wajda finally turns his gaze to the once taboo subject of Stalin’s massacre of 22,000 Polish officers, intellectuals, POWs and others in a...
Polish master defined his nation’s identity in crisis.
One of the first countries overrun by the Nazis in World War 2, Poland suffered mightily under the jackboots. Jewish citizens were rounded up and imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto. The resistance movement was brave but its civilians-turned-soldiers...