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Polish director Agnieszka Holland talks about new film

09.08.2019 14:50
Polish director Agnieszka Holland's film “Mr. Jones” had its Polish premiere at the recently concluded New Horizons Film Festival in Wrocław.
Agnieszka Holland, pictured in 2017
Agnieszka Holland, pictured in 2017Image: Martin Kraft (photo.martinkraft.com) License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

The movie commemorates the heroic efforts of Gareth Jones, the Welsh journalist who revealed the horrifying story of Stalin's imposed famine in 1932-33.

Gareth Jones, who is played by James Norton, travels through the pre-war Soviet Union resisting attempts by the security services to censor him, in order to expose the artificially engineered famine, which killed millions of people.

Agnieszka Holland talked about the film to Polish Radio’s Joanna Sławińska