| Adventure, Comedy, War
The adventures of unlucky Polish soldier Franek Dolas during world war II. In September he escapes from Stalag and goes to France. After that he fights in Africa and Europe.
The film is inspired by fates of many Polish soldiers, who tried to flee from occupied Poland to Polish Army in exile, created in France, and then Great Britain. Because direct routes were soon cut off, many of them had to travel through Balkan countries, Middle East and northern Africa.
Pvt. Franek Dolas:
B-but our place is in the Polish army! We must fight for Poland!
Sgt. Kiedros: And for which Poland do you want to fight for?
In part two of the film, Private Dolas joins French Foreign Legion in Syria, then he is captured by the British troops, preparing to invade Syria and Lebanon (in June 1941), and so he finds himself in a British camp, presumably in Palestine. Then the camp is attacked by Italian commandos, which was possible, provided, that it was situated in western Egypt or Libya.
Also shown in computer colorized version. This version was prepared by "Dynacs Digital" and has never been released theatrically. It was first shown by TV Polsat.
Polish, Serbo-Croatian, Italian, German, French, English, Russian