We know the Polish candidate for the Oscar’s 2022!

‘呕eby nie by艂o 艣lad贸w’ (There will be no Trace) has been chosen this Friday, September 3rd as candidate for the 94th Academy Awards, in the Best Foreign movie category.

Directed by Jan P. Matuszy艅ski, 呕eby nie by艂o 艣lad贸w tells the story of Grzegorz Przemyk (performed by Mateusz G贸rski), an aspiring Polish poet from Warsaw, killed on May 14th, 1983 at the age of 18 by the Milicja Obywatelska (a state Police formation) the during the martial law in the 1980s. The movie is based on the Cezary 艁azarewicz eponymous book.

The movie is a collaboration between Poland, France and Czech Republic with a original soundtrack by the French-Lebanese jazz trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf.

The main cast includes: Mateusz G贸rski as聽Grzegorz Przemyk, Sandra Korzeniak聽as聽Barbara Sadowska (seen in the Netflix TV series 1983 by Agnieszka Holland), Tomasz Zi臋tek (seen on Bo偶e Cia艂o), Jacek Braciak, Agnieszka Grochowska (seen on Child 44 or Wa艂臋sa. Cz艂owiek z nadziei but also a well known as theater actress), Robert Wi臋ckiewicz (seen on Wa艂臋sa. Cz艂owiek z nadziei, 1983 and more than 50 movies and TV, he started his career as professional theater actor), Alexander Konieczna (seen on Bo偶e Cia艂o), Sebastian Pawlak (a professional theater actor and a dozen of movies), Adam Bobik (seen on many TV series including Kr贸l), Tomasz Kot (seen in many movies including the Oscars nominated Zimna Wojna (Cold War) and a dozen of TV series), Andrzej Chyra (professionnal theatr actor, he performed in several dozens of movies and tv series including 1983) and Micha艂 呕urawski (professionnal theatr actor, he performed in several dozens of movies and tv series including Kr贸l).

呕eby nie by艂o 艣lad贸w release date in Poland – September 24th, 2021

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