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“Poland: The Royal Tour” premieres in Los Angeles

Peter Greenberg’s “Poland: The Royal Tour” spreads the truth about Poland and its history. Jacek Karnowski praises the production as a successful attempt at breaking the powerlessness of Poland and its image.

The film, directed by American journalist and traveler Peter Greenberg, has just premiered in Los Angeles.

The series of “The Royal Tour” formula is simple: Greenberg accompanied by a leader of the country takes a tour of the nation. In the case of “Poland: The Royal Tour” it is PM Mateusz Morawiecki who participated in showing viewers Warsaw, Kracow, the Wieliczka mine and Gdynia.

The film is an antidote for lies, it shows who and when attacked Poland, who wanted to murder, and had murdered, the Polish elite and who planned and carried out the Holocaust

One of the main points of the movie is the visit to the German death camp Auschwitz. For Poles, in the context of the Polish fight for truth it is also necessary. The film is an antidote for lies, it shows who and when attacked Poland, who wanted to murder, and had murdered, the Polish elite and who planned and carried out the Holocaust.

Polish suffering is shown clearly, including those Poles who were murdered in Auschwitz, normally associated with the death of the Jews. The controversial Holocaust Law is also explained in the movie.

One work of art will not make Poland’s issues with its image vanish overnight. Yet what is important to notice, is that finally something is working out for us in this battle and we are becoming proficient in it. We are able to play cunningly, and a certain efficiency is starting to grow.

There is a long road ahead of us, but we’ve finally moved forward.

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