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Wojciech Pszoniak ... Mieszko I
Marek Bargielowski ... Czcibór, Mieszko's brother
Wanda Neumann Wanda Neumann ... Dubrawa
Franciszek Pieczka ... Mrokota
Boleslaw Plotnicki ... Ziemiomysl, Mieszko's father
Henryk Bak ... Boleslaw I Okrutny, Dubrawa's father
Tadeusz Bialoszczynski ... Markgraf Geron
Janusz Bylczynski ... Markgraf Hodon
Wlodzimierz Maciudzinski Wlodzimierz Maciudzinski ... Swietopelk, Mieszko's brother
Czeslaw Wollejko ... Empirer Otto I 'The Great'
Andrzej Szalawski ... Odolan, Ziemomysl's brother
Iga Mayr Iga Mayr ... Wiedzma
Edmund Fetting ... Krystian, Dubrawa's brother
Aleksander Fogiel ... Uczestnik chrztu Mieszka
Aleksander Gassowski ... Ustepujacy przewodniczacy rady starszych
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Country:

Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

19 July 1974 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

The Nest See more »

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Zespól Filmowy "Kadr" See more »
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2.35 : 1
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cradle of the Polish state
7 July 2005 | by steven-222See all my reviews

On the eve of the critical battle of Cedynia (972 AD), the Polish ruler Mieszko falls ill; when a witch is summoned to treat him, he feverishly reflects on the turning points of his reign, including his assumption of the throne (against the wishes of his dying father, who preferred Mieszko's brother), and the politics that led to his baptism as the first Christian Polish monarch (largely to enjoy the perks of an alliance with the Holy Roman Emperor Otto I).

A good script (Mieszko's guilt at disobeying his father provides psychological conflict), solid production (including a recreation of Mieszko's monumental ring-fort), and a personable performance by Wojciech Pszoniak as Mieszko make this a satisfying experience for the viewer with a serious interest in history.


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