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27th April till 3rd May 2012 in Cineworld (Union Square) you can see "Hans Kloss"  - a gripping and suspenseful Polish WWII espionage thriller.

All details can be found on Cineworld website.


In 1945 Konigsberg, Polish intelligence agent Hans Kloss (Tomasz Kot) is on an incredible undercover mission. Codenamed J-23 and disguised as a German military intelligence officer, he's on the hunt for treasure stolen by the Nazis. It's not long before he runs into an old 'friend' - SS officer Hermann Brunner (Piotr Adamczyk). But despite the immense danger he faces, Kloss is prepared to compromise the success of the mission in order to save the beautiful Elza (Marta Zmuda Trzebiatowska). 'Hans Kloss' is based on a hugely popular Polish TV series of the 1960s, in which the resourceful spy skilfully outwitted the Nazis and spread suspicion through their ranks. This film version brings the fictional Kloss's adventures to modern audiences, using spectacular special effects and state-of-the art cinematic techniques. The result is an action-packed suspense thriller in the tradition of 'Where Eagles Dare', with a great Bond-style spy hero.

Screenwriter: Wladyslaw Pasikowski, Przemyslaw Wos

You should see it because: Heroic Kloss and his evil foe Brunner are two of the great antagonists of modern Polish drama.