Katyn – Andrzej Wajda

11/08/2009

Andrzej Wajda’s wrenchingly powerful Katyn serves as a testament to one of the blackest moments in Polish history. The details are set out in a few stark lines of text at the beginning of the film: in September 1939, the Soviet Red Army marched into Poland, activating a pre-existing arrangement with Nazi Germany to round up and imprison all Polish officers as they went.

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