Piłsudski, 2019, 108 min. Directed and written by Michał Rosa Cast: Borys Szyc, Magdalena Boczarska, Maria Dębska, Eliza Rycembel, Jan Marczewski, Józef Pawłowski It’s 1901. After a daring escape from a psychiatric hospital at Saint Petersburg, Józef Piłsudski once again becomes the leader of the underground independence movement in Poland. Piłsudski is unyielding on the battlefield, but in his private life he surrenders to passion, torn between the two women of his life: his wife and his lover. Uncertain years are coming, marked by revolutionary events, violence and betrayal. Pilsudski must find a way to maneuver on the boggy ground - between the conservative passivity of the Polish Socialist Party and the aggression against the invaders, resulting in retaliation. The year 1914 is coming, and the chance for restoring an independent country, independent Poland, is now or never. Link to the virtual discussion with Director Michał Rosa is placed on the Festival website. SCREENINGS TIME: Films will be available to watch from 4 pm-7:15 pm on a day given in the program. Then the watch window will be set to 24 hours, which is a length of time to finish watching the film. TICKET INFORMATION: Tickets can be purchased at the Little Theatre website https://thelittle.org/series/polish-film-festival beginning on Wednesday, March 31, and until 7:15 pm on the day of the screening.