This Cornell Society for a Good Time post inspires me to post about another excellent movie with Catholic elements in the theaters, at least here in New York.
“Strike” or “Strajk” or “Die Heldin von Danzig” is a film about the founding of Solidarity in Poland.
The film, in Polish with English subtitles, is a German and Polish co-production.
It’s a fictionalized version of the story of Anna Walentynowicz whose firing sparked a Lenin Shipyard strike that led to the founding of the Solidarity movement.
It makes much of the inspirational power of His Holiness John Paul II for Polish Catholics.
A review is here.