Grand Prize at the Intrnational Festival of Fictional Films in Porto (1982), Special Award at the IFFF in Avoriaz (1982), First Prize, award for screenplay and directions for Piotr Szulkin, Award for cinematography for Zygmunt Samosiuk and award for best male role for Roman Wilhelmi at the IFFF in Madrid (1982), "Silver Asteroid" for best male role for Roman Wilhelmi in Triest (1982).
A local reporter, Iron Idem, announces that the Martians have landed. Shortly after that his program loses its independence: he is given the script telling the crowds how to welcome the invaders. Then the chaos breaks out: the Martians and police mistreat the populace; things become violent. Idem's own wife is kidnapped and it seems somebody is trying to reduce his effectiveness as a reporter. Idem decides to fight back: he illegally broadcasts a message during the rock concert, but nobody believes him anymore. In the end he is the victim of the televised bogus trial.
It is a direct attack on media corruption dressed in the science fiction genre, and refers to the proclamation of martial law in 1981.