This is the life of Wanda Rutkiewicz, the most famous Polish mountain climber whose life was full of secrets. Some people adored her and others hated her. But why? This film brings her life and her secrets closer to the surface. Wanda Rutkiewicz walked two paths which grew apart as the years went by. But then, in 1992, those paths met…
The main hero of The Unsubmissive is Father Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski, the author of the famous book on the infiltration of the Cracow Archdiocese clergymen by the communist-era secret services - "Priests in the Face of the Security Services". The book, in which the author revealed the truth on the topic of cooperation of some clergymen with the communist secret services, raised huge controversies even before it was published. The film follows the events that accompanied work over the book, it shows the fight of Father Zaleski for the right to say the truth but also the resistance he faced from the Church hierarchs. That is why it becomes a testimony of the discussion over the legitimacy and methods for evaluating the past, and over the attitude that the Polish Church should have towards its own complicated past.
Whiteoue. A Journey Beyond the Shadow
The North Pole has never seen such two Men - the big one and little one, the world-famous explorer Marek Kaminski and the disabled Jasiek Mela. This expedition could have looked mas; still, those two believed that they could reach their gool. They worked on it for two years. They walked for ten days. Wojciech Szumowski`s film is a documentary record of the expedition that contributed to the history. It is a story of the first disabled youth that reached the North Pole. It is a story of a fight - a fight against the merciless nature and against man`s own weakness.