Z dala od orkiestry
reż|dir Rafael Lewandowski | PL | 2017 | 86 min
prod|pro Hélène Zaleski, Rafael Lewandowski scen|wr Rafael Lewandowski zdj|ph Piotr Niemyjski mon|ed Miłosz Hermanowicz dys|dis Fundacja Tumult/Film Freeway
Zygmunt Lubicz Zaleski was a philosopher, writer, and poet who spent most of his life in France. Like many other independent activists, he was forced to emigrate because of the political climate in Poland. He was active, but out of the limelight. In spite of this, he had a tremendous impact on the creation of a strong, independent Poland through his cultural activities. He was a very active publisher and lecturer, and was general secretary of the Polish Society for History and Literature in Paris. He engaged in social, political, and scientific activity, promoting Polish culture and building good French–Polish relations. Zaleski helped Polish emigrés and scientists, and was an ardent supporter of Polish interests in France. Step into his fascinating world through the documentary by Rafael Lewandowski.
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