Sinaii to make telefilm on Polish exodus to Iran
Tehran Times
30-Jul-2009 (one comment)

Iranian filmmaker Khosrow Sinaii is busy these days with his new project “Malgorzata” telling the story of the Polish exodus to Iran in 1942. “The story begins in Poland, and then moves on to Russia, the Caspian Sea, Bandar (Port) Anzali, Isfahan and Tehran. Of course, the major story happens in Poland and Isfahan and is narrated by a polish girl named ‘Malgorzata,’” Sinaii explained.

“Malgorzata” concludes Sinaii’s previous documentary named “The Lost Requiem” featuring the same theme, the story of the war-time exodus to Iran of hundreds of thousands of Polish citizens released from the Soviet labor camps of Siberia in 1942.

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Darius Kadivar

Wonderful Ryszard ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Sinaii is truly doing the work of a historian on a unique common history of our two country's.

Would love to see it. Looking forward to it.

Warm Regards,