Stanislaw Rózewicz – Wolne miasto AKA Free City (1958)
The heroic struggle of Polish post office workers in Gdansk on the first day of World War II.
It was the first Polish film about September 1939. The director presented the drama of a group of civilians – employees of the Polish Post Office in the Free City of Gdańsk – caught up in the gears of great history. Fragments of archival film footage of the attack on the post office add authenticity to the film.
990MB | 1h 36m | 1920×1080 | mkv
Language(s):Polish, some German
Subtitles:Polish hardcoded for German parts