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Syberiada polska (2013)

Mass deportations to Siberia of the 1940s as seen through eyes of a young boy called Staszek Dolina. His family members are among the 2 million Polish citizens, who are sent to the cruel Siberian work camps.

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Janusz Zaorski
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Credited cast:
Adam Woronowicz ... Jan Dolina
Sonia Bohosiewicz ... Irena Puc
Andriy Zhurba Andriy Zhurba ... Camp Commandant Savin
Pawel Krucz Pawel Krucz ... Stas Dolina
Igor Gnezdilov Igor Gnezdilov ... Styopa Barabanov
Natalia Rybicka ... Sylwia
Jan Peszek ... Korcz
Agnieszka Wiedlocha ... Cynia
Valeria Gouliaeva Valeria Gouliaeva ... Lyubka
Dmitriy Sova Dmitriy Sova ... Pashka
Marcin Walewski ... Tadzio Dolina
Urszula Grabowska ... Antonina Dolina
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ewa Ampulska Ewa Ampulska ... Irena's Assistant
Jolanta Banak Jolanta Banak ... Carpenter's Wife
Witold Bielinski Witold Bielinski
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An epic tale of countless deportations of Poles, Ukrainians and Jews to Siberia during WWII. The fate of the displaced families is shown from the point of view of a young boy named Staszek. He is sent to Siberia with his family and neighbors from a small village in the eastern Polish borderlands. Together with his companions, he starts the struggle for survival, in which the most fearsome opponents turn out to be merciless nature and deadly famine. The circumstances force the boy to reevaluate his life and grow up faster. Not only does he have to learn how to survive but also choose between two girls: the Jewish one named Cynia and the Russian girl called Luybka. Written by Anonymous

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22 February 2013 (Poland) See more »

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Siberian Exile See more »

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Interesting, if overlong
1 January 2014 | by Andy-296See all my reviews

In 1939, at the outset of the Second World War, Poland suffered a double invasion: first, at the beginning of September, it was invaded from the West by Nazi Germany. Then, a few weeks later, it was invaded from the East by the Soviet Union. This film tells the story of a Polish family living in a small village in the east of Poland, who is deported to Siberia, in closed trains, with many other Poles, by the invading Russians. In Siberia, the Poles are settled in work camps, the infamous Gulag. The Gulag wasn't Auschwitz, it wasn't an extermination camp, but it was very harsh, and many people die there from untreated illnesses and exposure to the elements. (There are only a few movies set in the Gulag – one I remember is the interesting Russian movie "Krai" from some years ago). Interestingly, it wasn't that difficult to escape from the Gulag, security wasn't very high, but few people tried to escape since it was almost impossible to survive alone outside in the Taiga. In the Gulag, the Poles are told to work in order to eat (mainly by felling trees around the camp) while they are treated very harshly by the guards, many of whom do not conceal their anti-Polish and anti-Semitic feelings. Many more things happen, especially after Germany invades the Soviet Union in 1941 and the Polish government in exile becomes nominally an ally of Russia. Naturally, this movie has an anti-Russian tone, but as far as know no one can say that what is portrayed here is historically inaccurate. I found the movie interesting, though it is a bit overlong, it could have done with some trimming. The wintry locations (this was filmed around Krasnoyarsk, in Siberia) certainly help.


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