Call number: DVD-4342


KRAUZE, Antoni
Czarny Czwartek. Janek Wiśniewski padł [Black Thursday. Janek Wiśniewski Fell]

Nordfilm, Gdynia, Agencja Reklamowa Set, in co-production with Bob-Rollo, Narodowe Centrum Kultury, with the financial support of the Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej, Urząd Miasta Gdyni, Gdyński Fundusz Filmowy, 2011; release 25 February 2011
Producers: Kazimierz Beer, Mirosław Piepka
Executive producer: Kazimierz Beer
Co-producers: Marian Bobrucki, Henryk Bobrucki
Screenplay: Mirosław Piepka, Michał S. Pruski
Photography: Jacek Petrycki
Production design: Zbigniew Dalecki
Music: Michał Lorenc

Brunon Drywa						Michał Kowalski
Stefania Drywa, Brunon's wife				Marta Honzatko
Romek, their son					Piotr Andruszkiewicz
Mariola, their daughter					Wiktoria Kraszewska
Gabrysia, their daughter				Zofia Smagacka
Leon Drywa, Brunon's brother				Cezary Rybiński
Irena Drywa, Leon's wife				Marta Kalmus-Jankowska
Pan Bolek, the Drywas' lodger				Wojciech Tremiszewski
Władysław Gomułka, 
  First Secretary of the Central Committee of 
  the Polish United Workers' Party (PUWP)		Wojciech Pszoniak
Zenon Kliszko,   Member of the Politbiuro of 
  the Central Committee of the PUWP			Piotr Fronczewski
Mieczysław Moczar,  
  Secretary of the Central Committee of the PUWP	Witold Dębicki
Józef Cyrankiewicz, Member of the Politbiuro of 
  the Central Committee of the PUWP, Prime Minister	Piotr Garlicki
Stefan Olszowski, Secretary of the Central Committee 
  of the PUWP for the press, radio and television	Sławomir Orzechowski
Marian Spychalski, 
  Chairman of the Polish Council of State		Jacek Kałucki
Józef Tejchma, Member of 
  the Politbiuro of the Central Committee of the PUWP	Andrzej Dębski
Jan Mariański, Chairman of the Gdynia City Council	Grzegorz Gzyl
Legucki							Grzegorz Falkowski
Edmund Hulsz, the strike leader				Grzegorz Duda
Typist from Mariański's secretariat			Wanda Skorny
Mariański's secretary					Karolina Piechota
Wiesław Kasprzycki, passer-by beaten by the militiamen	Krzysztof Kowalski
Riot Police Sergeant					Marek Richter
Alojzy Karkoszka, First Secretary of 
  the Provincial Committee of the PUWP			Mirosław Krawczyk
Hugon Malinowski, First Secretary of 
  the Gdynia City Committee of the PUWP			Piotr Łukawski
Karol Hajduga, Deputy Director of the Lenin Shipyard, 
  participant in the meeting of the Provincial 
  Committee of the PUWP in Gdańsk			Piotr Michalski
Riot Police Colonel					Krzysztof Dziemaszkiewicz
Porzycki, Party Secretary at the Gdynia Shipyard	Dariusz Szymaniak
Vice Admirał Ludwik Janczyszyn, Commander of the Navy	Bernard Szyc
Rear Admiral						Zbigniew Olszewski
Shipyard worker, a colleague of Drywa			Wojciech Namiotko
Neighbour of the Drywas					Dorota Lulka
Taxi-driver neighbour of the Drywas			Maciej Szemiel
His wife						Anna Kociarz-Konopińska
Zbyszek Godlewski, the dead boy carried on a door	Tomasz Ziętek
Man informing Mrs Drywa about Brunon's "accident"	Piotr Chys
Doctors							Beata Buczek-Żarnecka, Zbigniew Jankowski
Nurses							Magdalena Bochan-Jachimek, Justyna Bartoszewicz
Security Service Agent in the hospital			Grzegorz Wolf
Orderly							Maciej Brzoska
Citizens' Police Officer				Maciej Konopiński
Official involved in Drywa's funeral			Krzysztof Matuszewski
Undercover man 						Bogdan Smagacki
Emergency Doctor					Marcin Korbas
Priest officiating at Drywa's funeral			Tomasz Podsiadły
Adam Gotner						Mateusz Deskiewicz
Mother of dead boy					Monika Goździk-Kowalczuk
105 minutes
In Polish with optional English subtitles, optional Polish auto-description and optional Polish subtitles for the hard-of-hearing

DVD
Region code 2
Aspect ratio 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen
Languages Optional English subtitles
Optional Polish auto-description
Optional Polish subtitles for the hard-of-hearing
Features Trailer
Teledisc Kazik Staszewski - "Janek Wiśniewski padł", 2 minutes 42 seconds, in Polish
Czarny Czwartek. Gdynia '70. Dlaczego? Dokument, directed by Irema Siedlar, 2010, 40 minutes, in Polish without subtitles
Booklet, in Polish
Source Kino Świat

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