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1920 Bitwa Warszawska (2011)

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 ... See full summary »

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Ola Raniewska
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Jan Krynicki
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Captain Kostrzewa
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Bukowski
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Boleslaw Wieniawa-Dlugoszowski
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Kryshkin (as Aleksander Domagarow)
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Sofiya Nikolayevna
Adam Strzelecki ...
Wincenty Witos (as Andrzej Strezelecki)
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Premier Wladyslaw Grabski
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Kowalewski
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Anatol
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Samuel
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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 a cavalry officer and poet who believes in socialist ideals. Written by extreme94

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30 September 2011 (Poland)  »

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1920 - Die letzte Schlacht  »

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PLN 27,000,000 (estimated)
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The film takes place from August 12 to August 25, 1920. See more »

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Spiewka 1920
Written by Krzesimir Debski
Performed by Natasza Urbanska & Borys Szyc
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Grand historic war drama
27 February 2012 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Here comes another history epic from the Poland's number one producer Erzy Hoffman who is a tireless re-creator of Polish war sagas. After a number of rather successful epic films dedicated to Polish Deluge period (late 17 c.) he turns here to a more recent - but by no means less dramatic and tragic period - the war for Polish independence from Soviet ("Red") Russia of 1920. The canvas he paints strikes with realism, meticulous attention to historical details everywhere, be it Polish fashion vintage 1920 or Red Army commissars' brutal faces, or the renegade Don Cossak's military uniforms. The war scenes are very graphic and realistic, the quality of camera work and dynamics of military action could well put Ridly Scott to shame. It is stunning how Mr. Hoffman managed to develop each character to a remarkable depth - they all, Poles, Red and White Russians are very credible psychologically and culturally. So my congratulations go to maestro Hoffman who created another quality history saga. 9 stars out of 10. One star less is given only for one drawback - very little attention is given in the film to the Soviet military genius - Mikhail Tukachewski ("The Red Napoleon") who was commanding the Red invasion and later became both the hero and the victim of Russia's Red Empire.


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