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Two Hundred and Three Innocent Victims

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Abstract
The film tells about the tragedy that took place in the Polish village [Mikhnev] in July 1943, when the Nazis burned, shot, took to the torture chambers of the Gestapo most of the inhabitants, and destroyed the village. The surviving villagers with photographs of their murdered relatives stand at the ruined houses. The priest conducts a mass for the dead, relatives read a prayer with lighted candles in their hands. The artist paints a picture dedicated to the tragedy in [Mikhnev]. Rural landscapes: autumn, houses on a hillock, a rural street, a plowed field. (Shot through a rectangular mask)
Director
J. Gembski
Color
B&W
Film ID
33912
Keywords
painting
, the second world war
, christianity
, landscapes
Meterage
255,2
Number of Parts
1
Operators
Waldemar Grodsky
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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