The unique story of film directors who managed to critic the communist regime while being produced by the state: this is Polish cinema's golden age, in the 1970s. Director Ania Szczepańska meets prominent filmmakers, producers, actors and confronts them the testimonies of the state men of that time. Through unknown archives, forgotten documentaries and excerpts of cult films, she relates how the Solidarność people ended up in Cannes.

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