Prisoners of "Freedom"
After the Fall of the Wall, catholic and socialist tendencies are well-known in all the world. But an "affresco picture" around the new Poland, in an important moment of European history. Baltic sea, Gdansk's dock-yards, Warsaw city fit with Polish music compositors, bring the audience by hand on Anna Walentinowicz's own story, the real leader of "Solidarnosc" and prisoner of "Freedom." Motioned Mr. Fiszbach, the Sailor between the workers' movement and the Government, and even Member of ex-Popular Socialist Party, comes back to the Yards and explains the pressing moments with Russia before and coming in Europe today, General Jarezelski, the man of "War state" and has led Poland to Europe, and Lech Walesa, a worker to the power, rejected by themselves comrades remind this determinant period, on 1980, for the whole Europe.More info