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1940. After Germany’s invasion of Poland, Joseph Stalin ordered the liquidation of the Polish officer corps, slaughtering nearly 22,000 men in Katyn Forest. Based on this horrific, historical event, Katyn tells the affecting story of four fictional officers and their families as they struggle to uncover the truth. Based on the novel “Post Mortem” by Andrzej Mularczyk.
OVER 80 MINUTES OF BONUS FEATURES:
Interview with Andrzej Wajda
”Katyn: 60 Days on the Set” making-of featurette
It was, both a massacre designed to destroy Poland and a cover up.
Panic ensues, and you are there, caught, like Poland was during the war, between the Nazis and the Soviets, two powerful nations intent on victory at any cost.
The film is very good at making the point that there was not any difference between the two at all.
Very well made with top notch acting. This story is relatively unkown to most Americans and an important part of understanding World War II and it's aftermath.Published 10 days ago by G. D. Hoefling
kaytn is a sad memory in our family. My Dad's first cousin Stanislaw Rondomanski was a Major and a doctor in the Polish Army medical corp. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. C. Randall
This should be manditory viewing world wide......It must have been very difficult for the Polish actors....Published 2 months ago by billmac mexico
This is a gripping historical drama using convincing composite characters as stand-ins for the victims of this aspect of Soviet terror and their surviving families, beautifully... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Guy C. Carter
Filmed in the old European art house manner, which makes the movie difficult to follow. The major point of the movie appears to be the survival of the Polish people, who were... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Straubing
Emotional and shocking. If you are Polish like me and want to get an understanding of why the Poles still hate Russia watch this movie. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James
Katyn represents one of the darkest events of the 20th century. A genocide that was covered up and denied by interested parties for many years. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LaurentG
The film has its own merits both as a work of art and as a exposition of facts that Polish people know well and other nations probably ignore. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alberto Mendez
I saw Katyn when it was commercially released in the U.S. It made a strong impression on me at the time, but what's interesting is that since then, it's never really left the very... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mogulmeister