Siberian Exile

Syberiada polska, 2013, 125 min.

Siberian Exile (2013)

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Director Janusz Zaorski
Screenplay Michal Komar, Maciej Dutkiewicz
(based on the novel “Polish Siberiada” by Zbigniew Domino)
Cinematography Andrzej Wolf
Music Krzesimir Debski
Production Design Janusz Sosnowski
Producer Miroslaw Slowinski
Jan Dolina, Father Adam Woronowicz
Staszek Dolina, Older Son Pawel Krucz
Sawin Andrii Zhurba
Irena Sonia Bohosiewicz
Foma Barabanow Igor Gniezdilow
Antonina Dolina, Mother Urszula Grabowska
Tadzio Dolina, Younger Son Marcin Walewski
Zinnia Agnieszka Wiedlocha
Sylwia Natalia Rybicka
Korcz, Teacher Jan Peszek
Lubka Valeria Guliaiewa
Paszka Dmytro Sowa
Tartakowski Aleksandr Krizanowski
Fiedosiej Menditaj Utepbergenow
Siberian Exile is an epic tale of Poles, Ukrainians, Jews who are deported to Siberia, Russia. The fate of displaced is shown from the perspective of a young boy Staszek (Pawel Krucz), who goes to Siberia with his family and neighbors from a small village in the eastern Polish borderlands. Together with his companions, he starts the hard struggle for survival, where his most fearsome opponents turn out to be terrible, merciless nature, ringing frost and deadly famine. Circumstances force the boy to reevaluate his life and grow up faster. He will soon have to learn the essential struggle for survival and make decisions that will where rate will be life of his relatives.