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In Poland, finished shooting a film about the atrocities of the UPA

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The filming of the movie “Volyn”, in which Polish director Wojciech Smarzhovsky tells about the atrocities of Bandera who cut tens of thousands of Poles in 1943, is coming to an end, reports the magazine Politrussia with reference to Newsweek Polska.

In Poland, finished shooting a film about the atrocities of the UPA


“You cannot make a film that will satisfy everyone. I have my own version, my own truth, and I stick to it. I am Polish and make movies from the Polish point of view. ”- Smarzhovsky said, answering the questions of the publication.

Having learned about the filming of the film dedicated to the “Volyn Massacre”, the Kiev authorities began to talk about the “untimelyness” of the tape last year. The director has been criticized. Most often, he heard the question: “Why is the film being shot right now? This is not the right time. ”

"And what does this mean," right now "? There has never been a suitable time to shoot such a film, either under the Communists or after 1989. Now this Maidan happened. It is not known what the situation in Ukraine will be when we finish the work on the film. ”- Smarzhovsky answered his critics last year.

The director plans to show the film to the general public in the spring of 2016.

The magazine reminds that in March, the Ukrainian security forces (SBU and the Frontier Service) did not let a group of Polish citizens into the country, who were going to pay tribute to the victims of the Volyn tragedy. Poles were not simply not allowed - they were denied rude form and insulted on a national basis.

"It is characteristic that in the same month Petro Poroshenko put on camouflage with a cynical Bandera patch, trying to appease Ukrainian nationalists in this way," notes Politrussia.
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  1. DIVAN SOLDIER
    DIVAN SOLDIER 22 July 2015 09: 08
    +11
    It is strange that it is not about the "evil Russians".
    1. veteran66
      veteran66 22 July 2015 09: 10
      +13
      It is strange that at one time we did not make such a film. By my time, I mean the USSR.
      1. domokl
        domokl 22 July 2015 09: 13
        +5
        Quote: veteran66
        It is strange that at one time we did not make such a film.

        And when was this "proper time"? After the war, Ukraine was part of the USSR. Then it seems like in the sphere of interests of the EU and the US ... And so it is constantly.
        We also have no films about the "exploits" of some peoples of Russia. Like the son is not responsible for the father ...
        1. KERTAK
          KERTAK 22 July 2015 09: 24
          +3
          I would like to see this movie.
        2. SPACE59
          SPACE59 22 July 2015 09: 30
          +1
          And when was this "proper time"? After the war, Ukraine was part of the USSR. Then it seems like in the sphere of interests of the EU and the US ... And so it is constantly.
          We also have no films about the "exploits" of some peoples of Russia. Like the son is not responsible for the father ...

          Is it really impossible in the USSR to show the truth about Bandera?
          1. zeleznijdorojnik
            zeleznijdorojnik 22 July 2015 09: 42
            +7
            Somehow they tried not to raise the topic of Bandera's people - in the "born revolution" the mention only comes to mind, and even in films after 89 somewhere. About ROA - in general - only in the detective story "confrontation" is mentioned, but about the Crimean Tatars and Chechens - there was generally silence.
            1. Severomor
              Severomor 22 July 2015 10: 01
              +8
              Quote: zeleznijdorojnik
              Somehow they tried not to raise the topic of Bandera's people - in the "born revolution" the mention only comes to mind, and even in films after 89 somewhere.


              So at once I remembered: Eternal Call, "State Border", "Failure of Operation Big Dipper", "Exploit of a Scout"

              Threat Our time for the truth about Katyn and remove. Yu. I. Mukhina to be a consultant)
        3. veteran66
          veteran66 22 July 2015 09: 33
          +4
          Since the film is not anti-Ukrainian, but anti-Bandera, they shot films about traitors and nothing (in the USSR).
      2. 2sila
        2sila 22 July 2015 09: 34
        +5
        And we need to remove about Khatyn. Right now.
        1. V.ic
          V.ic 22 July 2015 10: 02
          +7
          Quote: 2sila
          And we need to remove about Khatyn.

          "Come and see", isn't it enough for you?
          1. Aleksandr72
            Aleksandr72 22 July 2015 17: 20
            +1
            "Come and see", isn't it enough for you?

            Where in this film you saw Ukrainian nationalists - there are only Germans. There is a good documentary about Khatyn shot by Belarusians - it was on the Zvezda channel and the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company. This film tells in detail about who and how destroyed this Belarusian village together with the entire population and not only about it. After the war, when it became clear that Khatyn destroyed the battalion of Ukrainian nationalists in the service of the Nazis, the then first secretary of the Communist Party of Ukraine asked not to disclose this information so that these geeks would not cast a dirty shadow of betrayal on the entire Ukrainian people. Then the party leadership and the government of the USSR went to meet the supplications of the leaders of the Ukrainian SSR and the role of the Ukrainian Natsiks in the destruction of Khatyn and many similar villages in Belarus, Smolenshchina and many other places have never been mentioned. They wanted the best way — not to make a fire of ethnic hatred, but it turned out according to Chernomyrdin — the Bandera people in Ukraine survived, and now with Nezalezhnaya they raised their heads and followed in the footsteps of their ideological ancestors.
            I have the honor.
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      4. ispaniard
        ispaniard 22 July 2015 09: 48
        +14
        The Psheks have an ancient self-aggrandizing complex of mammoths (if not a dinosaur) (Let's talk about the Great Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from sea to sea ...) and this complex must be said to be quite established not even in the state system / politics but in the Polyakov ethnos itself, who dictate such a behavior in politics to those in power in the country ...
        If Germany, having lost the First World War and the Second, managed to conquer all of Europe (in the territories of the "Third Reich") by non-violent means again, if you do not believe, look at the map of the conquests of Nazi Germany and the map of the current EU ...
        Poland is just itching about how good it used to be "Like in good old days ..." etc. THIS IS HERE (ON THEM) POLAND AND WILL LEAVE EVERYTHING IT HAS HAS accumulated ... Poland should not twitch to Germany or France or England ... Old Churchill was definitely right to call Poland at one time - Hyena Europe.
        Here and in this example, Hyena openly makes a film about the Volyn massacre, I must say honestly a terrible and undeniable fact about the atrocities of the Ukronatsists. (For Russia, the release of this film, by the way, will be a plus, even if the most rabid Russophobes see that #NEVSERUSSKY BAD and #NON-ALL-YEAR RUSSIAN) However, something tells me that:

        1. In this film, the Poles, as usual, will overdo it and portray all Ukrainians as "Bloody Bandera". Well, the Poles are filming, as they say, the forest is chopped ...

        2. This film (it is rather an exception for personal use in Poland and stimulation of the cult of the "Suffering Polish God").
        For the most part, Polish cinema works not so much for Germany as for the "Washington Regional Committee" ("We are out of .. America as the last Fraer" - Radoslaw Sikorski, Minister of Foreign Affairs / Defense) openly ignoring the facts and not shying away from the frank "Cranberry" works "Polskawood" in a completely definite direction, more precisely against one definite country and its allies. As an example - (See photo) Now, after the murder of Ukraine, Poland, stepping over the still fluttering bloody body of the "Ukrainian sister", is getting close to Belarus ... where she is appointed overseer.

        PS
        Woe to all the countries that believe the United States, Woe to the Eastern European countries calling Poland their sister ...
        1. GUS
          GUS 22 July 2015 10: 05
          +1
          You are absolutely right. I shake my hand.
      5. Imperialkolorad
        Imperialkolorad 22 July 2015 11: 16
        0
        Quote: veteran66
        It is strange that at one time we did not make such a film. By my time, I mean the USSR.

        Nothing strange with the USSR, the atrocities of Bandera were hushed up so as not to incite ethnic hatred. But in vain this jackal again raised his head and again pours blood with rivers.
    2. Vend
      Vend 22 July 2015 10: 10
      +1
      Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
      It is strange that it is not about the "evil Russians".

      Why? Poles have long-standing scores with Russians laughing but they are not idiots, they understand perfectly well that Russia has not long been striving for the division of Poland. But the heroization of the UPA is a spit in the Poles.
    3. ArhipenkoAndrey
      ArhipenkoAndrey 22 July 2015 11: 21
      0
      Yes, some kind of apolitical director, by European standards, decided to shoot the truth.
  2. domokl
    domokl 22 July 2015 09: 08
    +5
    The right movie. It will "calm down" the Polish Maydauns very much. So go ahead!
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 22 July 2015 09: 26
      +10
      Quote: domokl
      So go ahead!

      And the Germans began to suspect something:
      The blogger Freeman, in the German “Alles Schall und Rauch” (“All Sound and Smoke”) mockingly observes an amazing metamorphosis in the coverage of events in Ukraine by a number of German media. Those who, a year ago, point blank did not see the manifestations of ukrofascism and shared their impressions:
      “Those who watched the German media in recent days, probably noticed how suddenly they“ discovered ”the Nazis and fascists in Ukraine. Now they report on the “bloody gangs of the Right Sector” from a negative point of view, since the bloody battles of them and the Kiev junta are not ruled out.
      And before it was far from the case. The German media did not see the Nazis in Ukraine, and the opposite point of view was called "Russian propaganda." Viewers of the Right Sector were presented as “Ukrainian volunteer units”. I still remember how Klaus Kleber, the main liar of the ZDF TV channel in the Today news program, said a year ago: “We and many media have studied the veracity of such accusations and did not find the Nazis there.”
      Not! For Kleber and his highly paid friends, there still haven’t been ultra-nationalist armed groups, even if they wore Nazi symbols, waved fascist flags and followed racist Nazi ideology. It was said that the Nazis allegedly did not play a decisive role in the Maidan and the violent overthrow of the elected President Yanukovych. Interestingly, exactly one year later, today, we heard an opinion completely opposite to the first.
      I also probably should have laughed when I heard the words of TV presenter Barbara Helvig: "We have previously reported a deep split in Ukraine." These are not the right words! After all, you on ZDF talked about full control of the situation in Kiev? And now suddenly you are reporting that there is a split between the followers of Bandera and the western junta. Now your country is suddenly “torn”. Before, you called it “pro-European unity”, which fights against “anti-European terrorists” in the Donbass. Now, the "Maidanut" cut out each other. The Right Sector, that is, the Ukrainian Nazis, are calling for a "revolution" against the government, the illegal regime in Kiev.
      Source: http://alles-schallundrauch.blogspot.de/2015/07/deutsche-medien-entdecken-die-na
      zis-in.html? m = 1
      In Russian: http://topru.org/19585/nemeckie-smi-obnaruzhili-nacistov-v-ukraine/

      PS And even not 3 years have passed ...
  3. avvg
    avvg 22 July 2015 09: 09
    +2
    Refresh memory, it will not be superfluous.
  4. beer-youk
    beer-youk 22 July 2015 09: 10
    +2
    Yes! Right now, when fascism has declared itself with all its might.
  5. Abbra
    Abbra 22 July 2015 09: 10
    +3
    Such films are always timely. In general, Poland in this entire story does not look good. On the one hand, they support all this nonsense in Ukraine, on the other, they remind of the atrocities of Bandera. Poroshenko’s affairs are bad ...
    1. demon1978
      demon1978 22 July 2015 09: 35
      +1
      Quote: Abbra
      Such films are always timely. In general, Poland in this entire story does not look good. On the one hand, they support all this nonsense in Ukraine, on the other, they remind of the atrocities of Bandera. Poroshenko’s affairs are bad ...


      And they are especially timely when there is a prospect of "moving the pegs" on the border with a neighbor !!! yes What is no reason when it comes to the referendum parade ??? !!!
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 22 July 2015 10: 16
      0
      Quote: Abbra
      On the one hand, they support all this nonsense in Ukraine, on the other, they remind of the atrocities of Bandera.

      They have, on the one hand, the Volyn massacre is horror, on the other, you cannot return the dead, but we still hate Russians more. request
  6. evil partisan
    evil partisan 22 July 2015 09: 12
    +4
    I understand that at the premiere of the film they will call Yaytsenyuk, Parashenko and their Foreign Ministry in full force ...
    1. domokl
      domokl 22 July 2015 09: 15
      +6
      They will be killed there, despite diplomatic immunity ... I think many Ukrainian students will have to return home from Poland.
  7. klavyr
    klavyr 22 July 2015 09: 12
    +6
    It is not known what the situation will be in Ukraine when we finish work on the film.
    - I completely agree with the Polish director yes
  8. Trailer
    Trailer 22 July 2015 09: 13
    +8
    And the politically correct ending for the film will be as follows: A Polish prezik flies to the Maidan and in front of the jumping Maidan with balaclavas, torches and a swastika, he says something like: “Yes, Volyn is a memory that will live for centuries. But time does not stand still. Time tells us to go forward. ”And then the camera zooms out of the Poles' prezik, and we see him holding a poster of PTNPNKH in one hand and the hand of Parashka, dressed in a suit of a valuable Bandera, in the other. And all this ends with a close-up shot of a bucket with puppy eyes saying "Salo dropped! Heroiyam sala"
    1. Private Starley
      Private Starley 22 July 2015 11: 29
      +2
      pah damn, as presented this ending, so almost sick ...
  9. Penetrator
    Penetrator 22 July 2015 09: 13
    +4
    If the Polish authorities continue to support the Kiev neo-Nazi regime, the Poles will have a serious opportunity to once again experience all the "delights" of ethnic cleansing by the new Banderaites. Come to your senses, sir!
  10. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 22 July 2015 09: 13
    +2
    The film may cool some hot Polish heads, calling for legal assistance to Ukraine (including military) and fight against Donbass.
    1. demo
      demo 22 July 2015 09: 46
      +1
      "Help" is being rendered to Ukraine against Donbass, read Russia.
      When it does not burn out with Russia, then the assistance received will be directed against the good intentions.

      "There is nothing new under the sun".
  11. evil partisan
    evil partisan 22 July 2015 09: 13
    +3
    Interesting: but who will make you repent? what
  12. navara399
    navara399 22 July 2015 09: 14
    +3
    It will be very useful for pshek, once again think about it. Always if some sort of mess started in Europe, Poland was scooping up in full, and on both sides.
  13. driver
    driver 22 July 2015 09: 15
    +2
    Such films need to be shown free of charge in cinemas. Especially for young people.
  14. Barboskin
    Barboskin 22 July 2015 09: 17
    +1
    Wait in us, too, in this film kick. They will not do without Russia, somewhere in the end in the form of an epilogue they will show how they live under communist oppression.
  15. Vladimir
    Vladimir 22 July 2015 09: 17
    +3
    As if this film was not, or rather not lost in the deep archives.
  16. vkl-47
    vkl-47 22 July 2015 09: 18
    +4
    One hundred pounds will be banned in Khokhlostan. You can only show about banderlogs in pink.
  17. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 22 July 2015 09: 19
    +2
    ... not everything is still rotten in Poland ... there are people who want to remember their history in the context of world history events ...
    A very useful exercise for the profession is a Pole ... You look through the cinema people will think of anything before advocating for possible "allies" ...
    They would have more films about the years of occupation and the destruction of the Poles by the Nazis more ... you look and some will see clearly ...
  18. Gray 43
    Gray 43 22 July 2015 09: 19
    +3
    I agree with the opinion of the Ukrainian side - the film is being released "out of time", it should have been about a year and a half earlier, then more people would have learned that "onizhedets" were striving for power
  19. stayer
    stayer 22 July 2015 09: 20
    +1
    The Ministry of Culture of Russia would do well to throw some money to the Polish director, maybe it needs something?
    1. KERTAK
      KERTAK 22 July 2015 09: 26
      +2
      no, it’s not worth it, then they will accuse the director that the film is sponsored by Russia and accuse of propaganda, It’s better to let them
    2. V.ic
      V.ic 22 July 2015 10: 37
      +1
      Quote: stayer
      The Ministry of Culture of Russia would do well to throw some money to the Polish director

      Feed your enemies yourself!
  20. solovey
    solovey 22 July 2015 09: 22
    +3
    By the spring of 2016, no one from Ukraine will be against this film wink
  21. moskowit
    moskowit 22 July 2015 09: 25
    +5
    Quote: veteran66
    It is strange that at one time we did not make such a film. By my time, I mean the USSR.

    There were films showing the deeds of the Bandera bastards: "Eternal Call", "State Border", "Special Forces", "It was a month of spring", "Annichka", "White Bird with a Black Mark". This that immediately came to mind ...
  22. Simon
    Simon 22 July 2015 09: 31
    +3
    “It is characteristic that in the same month, Petro Poroshenko put on camouflage with the" cynical Bandera "patch, trying to appease Ukrainian nationalists in this way," Politrussia notes. --- That Poroshenko has become a Bandera cynic !?
  23. 2sila
    2sila 22 July 2015 09: 33
    +3
    And we need to remove about Khatyn. Right now it's time.
  24. Name
    Name 22 July 2015 09: 34
    +5
    Gm, only the contradiction between the authorities and the Intelligent: Poland’s new ambassador to Russia, Katarzyna Pelczynska-Nalencz, stated that Warsaw has decided to freeze the operation of the 100-km section of the Polish-Ukrainian border through which citizens could make visa-free crossings
    At the same time, the Polish diplomat said that Poland extended the agreement with Russia on visa-free regime on the border with the Kaliningrad region. Residents of border Russian and Polish regions will be able to continue to easily cross the border as part of cross-border traffic.- Cool, but ...
    seehttp: //ukraina.ru/news/20141130/1011329203.html
  25. sl22277
    sl22277 22 July 2015 09: 35
    +2
    Maybe those few in Ukraine, Poland, after watching this film, will change their minds about the UPA! Not all Ukrainians Poles have their brains out!
  26. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 22 July 2015 09: 43
    +2
    Having learned about the filming of the film dedicated to the Volyn Massacre, the Kiev authorities last year began to talk about the "untimely" tape. The director was criticized. Most often he heard the question: “why is the film being shot right now? This is the wrong time. ”

    The most that is suitable. Let the Poles remember and think very well with whom they are dealing.
    It is necessary to criticize not the director, but the punishers from the OUN-UPA.

    The magazine reminds that in March, the Ukrainian security forces (SBU and the Frontier Service) did not let a group of Polish citizens into the country, who were going to pay tribute to the victims of the Volyn tragedy. Poles were not simply not allowed - they were denied rude form and insulted on a national basis.

    "It is characteristic that in the same month Petro Poroshenko put on camouflage with a cynical Bandera patch, trying to appease Ukrainian nationalists in this way," notes Politrussia.


    What is it ?! What did they expect from the followers of Nazi punishers?
  27. boris-1230
    boris-1230 22 July 2015 09: 47
    +2
    The truth is always timely.
  28. BOB044
    BOB044 22 July 2015 09: 48
    +4
    It is strange that such a film is being shot by Polish directors right now. When the whole of Europe kisses and supports this regime in Ukraine. Honor and praise to Wojciech Smarzowski.
  29. DMB3000
    DMB3000 22 July 2015 09: 56
    +2
    Quote: KERTAK
    I would like to see this movie.

    in the wide distribution of this film will not be.
  30. commander 64
    commander 64 22 July 2015 09: 59
    +4
    The Poles are clearly aware that the collapse of Ukraine into parts is a matter of the coming years. Therefore, the preparation of public opinion began to substantiate the legality of the restitution claims. Cinema is the easiest path to human consciousness. And, of course, the Poles will certainly confirm the reputation of hyenas when they subsequently grab their teeth in Galicia and begin to tear their "European friends" to pieces. Then the idiots will remember how they wanted lace panties in the EU!
  31. kaloger
    kaloger 22 July 2015 10: 09
    +4
    The roots of the Volyn massacre go back centuries. When the so-called Ukraine was part of the Rzecz Pospolita, the population of Galicia was the serfs of the Polish gentry. And in 1943, the former halui, choosing other more powerful masters (the Hitlerites), recouped their former masters. "This" Ukraine is really Europa, where all relations are based on pragmatism, profit and are formalized by agreements. This is typical of Catholicism and Protestantism. The principles of state building and relations between social strata in Russia are devotion and service, which is characteristic of Orthodoxy and Islam.
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  33. Alex20042004
    Alex20042004 22 July 2015 10: 17
    +4
    Poles warn Ukrainians
  34. VoenDok
    VoenDok 22 July 2015 10: 42
    +3
    It’s time to slightly dilute the topic of atrocities in Polish cinema. And then everything is about Katyn, but about Katyn.
  35. Shurale
    Shurale 22 July 2015 12: 27
    -1
    Are you aware of the Priyachin Volyn massacre? Are you aware that the Poles themselves echoed with the Ukrainians in that territory?
    At the Psheks, the stigmas themselves in such a cannon that it is still not known who is the bigger cutthroat, you can tell they are standing each other ...
  36. VP
    VP 22 July 2015 13: 25
    +2
    Another padded jacket and agent of Putin)
  37. Shiva83483
    Shiva83483 22 July 2015 15: 41
    0
    Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
    It is strange that it is not about the "evil Russians".
    And here he is the papandos, for the cacolos ... galloped ...
  38. gammipapa
    gammipapa 23 July 2015 00: 30
    0
    They realized it a bit, they’ll update you the slaughter, the main thing is to help them with weapons and grub today, and tomorrow they will update.