ⓘ Obława

                                     

ⓘ Oblawa

Oblawa is a 2012 Polish film, which was named Best Film at the 2013 Polish Film Awards.

The World War II drama, set in Poland, was directed by Marcin Krzysztalowicz, and its primary actors include Marcin Dorocinski, Maciej Stuhr, Weronika Rosati nominated for Polish Academy Award for Best Actress, and Sonia Bohosiewicz. In addition to its Polish Film Awards win for Best Picture, it also won for Best Cinematography, Best Sound Design, and Best Sound Editing.

It also won the Silver Lion prize at the Gdynia Film Festival in May 2012, where it debuted, and was released to Polish theatres generally on 19 October 2012. It was first screened outside Poland at the 2012 Montreal World Film Festival.

                                     

1. Cast

  • Bartosz Zukowski - Waniek
  • Andrzej Zielinski - Mak
  • Alan Andersz - Rudzielec
  • Jacek Strama - Ludwina
  • Andrzej Mastalerz - Cook
  • Maciej Stuhr - Henryk Kondolewicz
  • Grzegorz Wojdon - Szumlas
  • Weronika Rosati - Pestka
  • Marcin Dorocinski - Wydra
  • Sonia Bohosiewicz - Hanna Kondolewiczowa