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SkyShowtime will show the award-winning Polish film. Premiere soon

The film will debut on SkyShowtime soon Blackbird directed by Paweł Maślana. This is the biggest winner of the Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia and the Polish Film Awards Eagles 2024.

“Blackbird” directed by Paweł Maślony to winner of the largest number of statuettes at last year's Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia. Among the nine awards won, there was also the most important trophy, Golden Lions for Best Film. The title also did well during the giveaway Polish Film Awards Eagles 2024receiving first the most nominations in the history of this awardand then answering six statuettesincluding for Best Director for Paweł Maślony. The director also received Polityka's Passport, for showing in the film Kos Polski a virtually unknown history from textbooks – as a warning to our contemporaries.

The production featured an outstanding cast, including Bartosz Bielenia (“Corpus Christi”), Jacek Braciak (“So that there are no traces”), Agnieszka Grochowska (“In the Dark”) i Robert Więckiewicz (“Wedding reception”). The film Kos will be available from April 26, 2024, exclusively on SkyShowtime.

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Kos – plot description

The spring of 1794 was boiling in Poland. General Tadeusz “Kos” Kościuszko (Jacek Braciak) returns to the country and plans to start an uprising against the Russians, mobilizing the Polish nobility and peasants. He is accompanied by his loyal friend and former slave, Domingo (Jason Mitchell). Following Kościuszko's trail along with the wanted poster is a ruthless Russian cavalry captain, Dunin (Robert Więckiewicz), who wants to capture the general at all costs before he starts a national rebellion. At the same time, a young peasant, Ignac (Bartosz Bielenia), a noble bastard, dreams of being granted a coat of arms and property by his illegitimate parent, Duchnowski (Andrzej Seweryn), who included him in his will just before his death. When his father dies, the boy must flee from his half-brother, Stanisław (Piotr Pacek), who does not want to allow his father's will to be fulfilled.

Ignac steals the will and has only two days to appear in court with it and prove his nobility. During the escape, Ignac meets Domingo, and a strong bond of understanding is created between the men, even though both of them do not know each other's language. Together they go to Pułkownikowa's (Agnieszka Grochowska) manor, where Kościuszko is hiding, waiting for negotiations with the magnates. Kos is distrustful of Ignac and keeps him in custody, but at the decisive moment the fate of the uprising will lie in the hands of this inconspicuous noble bastard. When the moment of test comes, Ignac will have to choose – whether to continue following his dream of the coat of arms and his father's legacy, or to join Kościuszko's “Kos” and fight with him for the highest stakes.

The producer of the film Kos is Aurum Film (“Corpus Christi”, “So that there are no traces”). The co-producers of the film are Viaplay Group, TVP SA, K5 Film & K5 International, Podkarpacki Regional Film Fund, Masovian and Warsaw Film Fund and the Krakow Festival Office. The film is co-financed by the Polish Film Institute. Leszek Bodzak, Aneta Hickinbotham and Daniel Baur are responsible for the production, and the script for the film was written by Michał A. Zieliński.

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