Inka - film 2012
The Second World War is over, but an alien Communist regime is overpowering Poland. A teenager is arrested and threatened with torture and death if she does not give away her colleagues who had fought the German invaders for years. An amazing story of supreme courage in the darkest of times - when brother was forced to betray brother.
Violent scenes, not for unaccompanied children under 12.
Low-budget drama by Jan Ledóchowski, with the help of scouts, friends and students in London.
Inspired by true legend – a 17 year old girl shot in a Communist jail in Gdansk.
"A stunning film...it kept us in suspense" - the Polish Weekly.
The Premiere viewing of Inka and a short documentary about the Polish school in Putney was received to great acclaim by a full house in POSK in London on 5th February 2012.
The films were then shown at various other centres in London, in Cambridge and in Manchester.
DVDs can be obtained from Amazon.