A Polish opposition newspaper, Gazetą Polską Codziennie, reported in its Sunday issue on forthcoming filming of a new movie about the Smolensk disaster, with emphasis to the fact that it was a Russian terrorist attack. The article states:
"Antoni Krauze wants to make a movie about the plane crash near Smolensk.
An outstanding film director Antoni Krauze told the newspaper Gazetą Polską Codziennie that he had started preparations for the shooting of the film on the Smolensk crash. "I hope people will help me", he said.
Krauze, who is the director of such films as "Black Thursday" and "Aquarium", has already registered a Smolensk Fund-2010 which will raise money for the film.
The director admitted that the decision to make the film on the events that occurred on 10 April 2010 came naturally- it has been prompted by the fact that every day brings "new evidence that this tragedy was not just a plane crash".
He said that the main character in his film will be Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his entourage. One of the characters will be a young journalist who investigates the disaster. Krauze announced that the shooting of the film would begin this falls".
In his film "Black Thursday", Krauze tells the story of workers strikes, that had been sweeping the Polish coast in December 1970 and were brutally suppressed by orders from Moscow.
"Aquarium" was shot in 1996. Film is based on a story by a GRU defector Victor Suvorov. It tellshow the Russians prepare spies and operatives.
The main character has to go through a special military training before he was accepted to an elite unit called Aquarium. The film tells what the acronym GRU of the Russian military intelligence means, why it is so secret and what the implications of its operations are.
Department of Monitoring