The short and tragic life of Silesian poet Rafal Wojaczek, who used to live the way he wrote and to write the way he lived. He constantly rebelled against the dull 1960s reality by causing scandals, drinking heavily, getting naked in public and leaving restaurants through the window. His legendary poems and suicidal death at the age of 27 made him a literary icon of the doomed generation. Written by
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An angel came to us, all black, and said: You Poles, you fools! And he looked like, instead of a face He had living, unbroken stone.