/ Your favourite Polish Patriotic films
Unfortunately no..I think it is mainly because this part of the history is still very new to us (the Poles) since the war against communism (1944-1963) has been kept completely out of the publics eyes, or they would just lie about them calling them traitors or bandits.. thus you know, firstly we need to make our own society aware of this sad/glorious part of the history first.. then we can export it :)
On the 1st of March Poland celebrates the day of the Cursed Soldiers.. here's an amazing short video presenting a march of the Cursed throughout Warsaw..
and here's another great patriotic film:
its based on real events, the main character is a girl named Danuta Siedzikowna, nickname: Inka, a war orphan who decides to go to the forest- aka join the underground when the soviets invade. Since the anti-communist underground army respected the Geneva convention she was never given a gun, as she was "a medical officer". She was caught by the UB, and thrown in for a show-trial. The nationwide newspapers called her "Bloody Inka" and the propaganda told the people that she had killed unarmed UB officers.
She was beaten, tortured and raped, but she never gave up anyone, no name, no address, just before the execution she had managed to send a short message out to her grandma saying " Granny, I have behaved in the way I should".
She was only 17