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It's an 8-episode Netflix original miniseries from 2 years ago, and frankly, it's a really good one, at least the way I see it. It's Polish, however it's also available with English dubbing or English subtitles. I would recommend going for the Polish audio and English subtitles, if you want the Polish vibe to be amplified with the "KURWA" flying around every now and then.
Takes place in an alternative 2003, in a dystopian vision of Poland. As the plot goes, in 1983, a series of bombings occurs in major Polish cities. The PZPR (Polish United Workers' Party) uses it as an excuse to put an end to the democratic resistance movement, the Church turns its back on the opposition and takes the side of the state. As a result, the Communist regime doesn't fall, and by 2003, the USSR still exists, the Berlin Wall still stands, and Poland is a PZPR-headed, quasi-Communist, isolated nationalist regime...with a stash of nuclear warheads. The commie Security Department (Służba Bezpieczeństwa - SB) turns from common goons to an SS-style unit. What's left of the opposition turns into an IRA/ETA-style guerilla/terrorist organization.
IMO, worth checking out - at least I liked it a lot. Looking back at the shitty state of our cinematography in the last decade, both TV and cinema stuff, I've been positively surprised by it.
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