Poland has a special relationship with cinema. Where other artists were stifled by the post-war cultural clampdown, filmmakers successfully found ways to express their creativity. A generation of inspiring directors emerged, establishing a tradition of expressive, complex cinema that draws on the country’s turbulent history.
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