And All Will Be Quiet 1965
Psychological war drama, presenting the political conflicts of the end of the war – the tragic consequences of mistrust between the former partisans of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa – AK) and the People\'s Guard (Gwardia Ludowa).
The year 1944, near Lublin. Lieutenant Kola and the Home Army partisan second lieutenant Olewicz serve in the newly reborn Polish Army. Because of the political situation, the former Home Army soldiers prefer not to disclose their past. The atmosphere of uncertainty is growing tense due to more and more frequent arrests and prosecutions of the AK soldiers. On the battlefield, however, they fight shoulder to shoulder.
1966 - Minister of National Defence Award (Janusz Morgenstern)
1966 - Minister of National Defence Award (Jerzy Wójcik)
Year of production:
Black and white, 93 min.
Syrena Film Production
Zbigniew Safjan, Janusz Morgenstern
Set Decoration by:
Tadeusz Łomnicki (Major Świętowiec)
Daniel Olbrychski (Second lieutenant Stefan Olewicz)
Marek Perepeczko (Lieutenant Marek Kolski)
Barbara Brylska (Ewa Kraczyńska),
Barbara Sołtysik (Zosia Brzycka),
Damian Damięcki (Andrzej),
Kazimierz Fabisiak (solicitor Brzycki, Zosia\'s father),
Tadeusz Schmidt (General),
Witold Pyrkosz (Lieutenant Leoniak, information officer)
Eugeniusz Korczarowski (Adam),
Antoni Żukowski (Świętowiec\'s subordinate)