To mark the 40th anniversary of the imposition of martial law in communist Poland, the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) has today released an animated film about that period…

Dec 13, 2021 · 8:12 AM UTC

Replying to @notesfrompoland
"Comments are turned off", well, well. Graphically interesting (total lack of credits), but rather shallow presentation by an organisation assuming the title "we". A "we" that "still remained hopeful for what lay ahead" - presumably the current PiS "reforms" of liberal democracy
Although it has English subtitles, it unreasonably assumes the foreign viewer's knowledge of Polish realities - for example what the words "Jasna Góra" mean, and why what some "Pope" says is deemed important. Most outsiders will be puzzled by the lack of mention of Wałęsa.
Replying to @notesfrompoland
oh, I see, so it's not the "solidarity" of people that made the difference, but the church and the pope... very interesting
Replying to @notesfrompoland
I see the institute of national propaganda is now working with the Vatican(another country), I guess this is expected when the Director is a proud football hooligan.