- 2h 29min
- Directed by: Wojtek Smarzowski
- Cast: Michalina Labacz, Arkadiusz Jakubik, Wasyl Wasylik
Volhynia is both a name referring to a historic border region between Poland, Ukraine and Belarus, and a byword for a series of brutal massacres occurring between 1943–1945. The film explores the region’s violent history hell through the will to survive of a young Ukrainian farm girl.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Reviews & features
Focus on Poland: six films to catch at EIFF14 Jun 2017
Edinburgh International Film Festival places a focus on Polish cinema for its 71st edition
In its 70 year history, the Edinburgh International Film Festival has helped to champion and develop filmmaking talent from all over the world, continually showcasing a diverse range of voices through screenings, events and premieres. This year's…
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