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Landscape After Battle (1970)
"Krajobraz po bitwie" (original title)

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Film opens with the mad rush of haphazard freedom as the concentration camps are liberated. Men are trying to grab food, change clothes, bury their tormentors they find alive. Then they are... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stanislawa Celinska ...
Aleksander Bardini ...
Tadeusz Janczar ...
ksiadz Redaktor
Mieczyslaw Stoor ...
Leszek Drogosz ...
Stefan Friedmann ...
Jerzy Oblamski ...
Jerzy Zelnik ...
Komendant amerykanski
Malgorzata Braunek ...
Niemka na rowerze
Anna German ...
Agnieszka Perepeczko ...
kolezanka Niny (as Agnieszka Fitkau)
Nemka w koszarach (as Alina Szpakówna)
Józef Pieracki ...


Film opens with the mad rush of haphazard freedom as the concentration camps are liberated. Men are trying to grab food, change clothes, bury their tormentors they find alive. Then they are herded into other camps as the Allies try to devise policy to control the situation. A young poet who cannot quite find himself in this new situation, meets a headstrong Jewish young girl who wants him to run off with her, to the West. He cannot cope with her growing demands for affection, while still harboring the hatred for the Germans and disdain for his fellow men who quickly revert to petty enmities. Written by Polish Cinema Database <>

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Probably Better If You Speak Polish
10 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think I would probably not hate this movie if I spoke Polish. I selected the English version at the first menu, but it gave me Polish dialogue with English subtitles, just as the Polish version did. Maybe the dialogue was so disjointed because the person that did the subtitles could not translate it into English very well. To exacerbate the issue, some of the dialogue had no subtitles at all. The acting was pretty bad, especially the female lead, who was melodramatic about everything! One scene that bothered me was when a German woman was caught stealing and as the mob was jostling her around, her shirt opened and the director showed close-ups of her naked breast for the next 15-20 seconds. I couldn't see how her breast added to the drama of the scene or the film. Maybe the director was trying to increase the numbers of teenage boys in the audience. Much of the film takes place in an extermination camp liberated by the Americans. First, the "American" uniforms did not look anything like U.S. Army uniforms. Second, none of the extermination camps in Poland were liberated by the Americans. I would think that a Polish film director who turned 19 in 1945 would know better than an American born in 1966 that all six extermination camps were liberated by the Russians. All in all, it's just not a very good film if you don't speak Polish.

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