They are young and ideological. The members of All Polish Youth (APY) - an organization that descries itself as the ideological legate of the pre-war National Movement. What do they believe in? How strong are those beliefs? In "I Love Poland", the organization's members, who are already known to the public through mass media, show us a new face. The authors talk with them and accompany them to their meetings and actions, among them those which are aimed against the homosexuals and pro-European movements. They film the rapid development of the political careers of the organization representatives, who will become members of the Parliament and government.
Gdanski Railway Station
"Gdanski Railway Station" is an attempt to deal with the painful period of Polish history - the year of 1968 and the anti-Semitic hysteria outburst that caused a massive exile of Polish citizens of Jewish descent.
Did a well-known cabaret singer from the Warsaw ghetto tarnish her reputation with the collaboration with the Gestapo? This question recedes into the background. The director, following Agata Tuszyńska, an author of Oskarżona: Wiera Gran, goes beyond the boundaries of a biographical picture or investigative documentary. Reconstructing the artist’s wartime and postwar life, the film touches upon the issue of moral judgment that is often too easy to make - both for those who have never experienced the hell of war and for those who did and need unambiguous assessment.