Aftermath (Pokłosie) | Review

When Józef (Maciej Stuhr) returns to Poland after disappearing to the United States 20 years prior, he quickly discovers that his brother Franek (Ireneusz Czop) has become the black sheep of the quaint Polish village where they were born and raised. As it turns out, Franek has taken it upon himself to unearth hundreds of Jewish gravestones, thus dredging up a local history that the townspeople would rather keep buried. Rather than convincing his brother to stop antagonizing his neighbors, Józef becomes intrigued by the mystery and joins his brother's cause. Józef and Franek seem to be fatefully drawn to this quest, as if a higher power has chosen them to reveal the deepest, darkest secrets of their village's past. It is definitely best for me to not divulge what they discover, but their findings do forever alter the history of their nation. There are a lot of Polish people who
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