This film was last shown on 16 April 2012
Paweł, a Polish man in his early 30’s works with his father Zygmunt, by importing second-hand clothing from the North of France to Southern Poland. On his way back from one of regular “business trips”, Paweł suddenly discovers his father’s picture on the cover of a Polish tabloid newspaper with the headline “traitor”. Zygmunt is a genuine hero of the struggle against totalitarianism and a recognized member of the “Solidarność” labor movement of the 80’s but still he is being accused, by the local paper, of having acted as a secret informer called The Mole by the communist regime.
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