At the end of World War Two, Polish people move to the western lands vacated by Germans. But some ruthless profiteers pose as government representatives and intend to make off with loot from a deserted town they took over. One honest man stands up against them because he believes these goods belong to the people.
Prawo i pięść (The Law and the Fist) is a Polish 1964 drama film directed by Jerzy Hoffman and Edward Skórzewski. Based on a novel by Józef Hen, the film achieved cult status in the history of Polish cinema.
The motive of a lone hero fighting against a group of villains resulted in the film being often described as a “Polish western”.
The film is also well-remembered because of the original score written by Krzysztof Komeda, and especially the highly-popular title song Nim wstanie dzień (Before the day breaks) with music by Komeda, lyrics written by Agnieszka Osiecka and performed by Edmund Fetting.
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Language(s):Polish & German