1944. Late September.
The Warsaw Uprising is nearing its tragic finale.
The towns of Riverside, Czerniakow and Sadyba
have fallen long ago.
The downtown areas of zoliborz and Mokotow,
cut off and surrounded by German forces, are in flames.
This company now numbers 43.
Three days ago, there were 70.
This is their commanding officer, Lieutenant ''Splinter''.
He recruited these men, and is responsible forthem.
His second-in-command, Lieutenant ''Wise'',
drilled discipline into these boys with an iron hand
And the messenger girl, Halinka.
Leaving home, she promised her mother she would keep warm.
They've most likely all made the same promise.
All mothers are alike.
Sergeant Major ''Bullet'', has perfect hand-writing,
and carries all of the records in his case.
Officer Cadet ''Bearing'' dreams of his daily bath.
But the 3rd Platoon has biggertroubles.
''Slim'', Bearing's aide, dreams of building
airplanes after the war.
And finally, the artist. He's not a soldier,
and only turned up yesterday.
These are the tragic heroes.
Watch them closely, since these are the last hours of their lives.
Hi, Splinter,you're right on time.
Were you hit?
A strong wind.
What's the situation?
As you see. The Stukas came.
The Germans tried to break through three times.
We're lucky that they sleep at night.
You won't have a fun time here, tomorrow.
Maybe a fun death. We'll try to stay here for a while.
l'd like to stay here, too.
What, until Judgement Day?
We'll be hailed by future generations.
They won't take us alive.
Precisely. The Polish way.
What's wrong? You've always been so strong.
l've had enough, understand?
What am l supposed to tell my men? They trust me.
You're losing it. There's no time to think here.
Bartek almost abandoned his position today.
As if he had somewhere to go.
lt's getting more and more cramped.
They want to finish Mokotow off,
and get started on downtown.
Damn, l can't believe it's the 56th day of the Uprising.
Yes, that's always an option ...
We know each other.
You gave these to me on the first day.
Do they fit?
Of course. To think that they might pull them off my corpse.
But l see you've joined the Uprising.
What does your mother think of that?
ls yourwound bad?
No, it's nothing.
lt's too bad that you...
Excuse me, is there a telephone anywhere nearby?
There will be.
Can l call Rakowiecka Street?
Are you crazy? The Germans are there.
l know, but... l live there.
Please let me call, all right?
Go see the commander.
Living in Warsaw must have been nice!
A bourgeois living room. Absolutely horrible.
We have pistols and hand grenades,
versus tanks and airplanes.
When the hell are we ever going to learn?
Orders are orders. No sense in rationalizing.
Post some sentries, and send out a patrol.
Yes, sir. l need six volunteers.
Yes, sir! Yes sir!
l have a special assignment foryou.
Hold on for a minute. You're a composer, right?
Play something nice, we have a piano.
But, l ...
Come on ...
Christ, a Bechstein!
Take that goddamned thing off.
La Comparsita would be much better,
or something like it.
l dreamt of you today, Halinka.
We were dancing a tango, and ...
Well? What's new?
Please, Lieutenant. You promised me a gun.
l want to be armed. Everyone has something ...
That's it? l was hoping it would be a Luger.
Oh, a Luger? lt would knock you off yourfeet.
This is perfect foryou. You can kill from six feet way.
Stop that noise. Play something... with some feeling.
l could get you a real gun, instead of that cap gun.
Cap gun? And why do you keep your antique?
ls everything clear?
Don't take unnecessary risks.
Can l phone home, in Rakowiecka?
My family should be there.
Can l use that telephone?
Just ask them to connect us to number40218
All right, hold on. Let's give it a try.
This is Splinter. Are you still alive?
You don't have any window panes?
l've forgotten what they look like.
You're lucky that you have a roof.
Listen, can you try number40218?
No, on the German side. Rakowiecka.
We want to check if there's anyone there.
Okay, l'll wait.
They're saying that there's no one there anymore.
Wanda? lt's me, Michael.
What's happening overthere?
l've been looking foryou...
With the resistance. l've joined one of the units.
l don't know how, but it's still going...
What about you?
Wanda... My God!
zosienka, it's me, Daddy.
Wanda... Hallo! Wanda!
Jesus. They got cut off.
All sentries are in place, sir.
What am l supposed to do now?
Go and get some rest.
Everybody get ready for supper!
Halinka, let's find a place to sleep.
Lieutenant. Lieutenant, sir!
l don't have any records of Bearing's platoon.
Don't bother me with your records.
lt's going to start soon.
We must keep records, sir. They're going to depend on them.
They'll depend on them. That's for sure.
But stop bothering me now!
Slim! Can you see anything?
Nothing. The potato-diggers have just returned.
Only the devil knows if the potatoes
will do them any good.
lf they send any more Stukas,
even the ruins will be destroyed.
Are you ready, Bearing?
They 'll begin by eight for sure.
l'm going to shave first. l have ten ammo clips.
How old are you, Bearing?
At that age, life doesn't seem so precious.
You know, these are the final days.
l know, but we'll make them bleed first.
ls Daisy back yet?
Do you know how to use that? Careful!
Are you crazy? lt's easy.
Just be careful.
l'm going. The Germans are finishing their breakfast.
What are you playing?
lt's out of tune. Too many aspiring musicians here.
Just don't go crazy. lt'd be a pity to lose an artist.
What do you know?
That's all right. Come in.
What's this about?
You should get up.
Now's not the time for lovemaking.
You're speaking to an officer.
Now is precisely the time for it. We're in love.
And how's Daisy?
Jacek, l'm here.
l don't stink, do l?
Because l left my shoes in the hallway.
You should keep out of those sewers.
You were supposed to be back by yesterday.
Were you worried about me?
l stopped worrying long ago,
but Splinterwas asking about you.
Are you jealous?
Me? Forget it!
You, on the other hand, spare no one.
l only smiled at Splinter, and nothing else.
lt looked as if you had a soft spot for him.
That's just the way l am.
That's not a good thing.
You should've stayed downtown,
with those friends of yours.
They're going to finish us.
Look at what l brought you.
Real English tea, and cigarettes.
You know l don't smoke?
Where did you get them, anyway?
From my aunt.
Jacek, l came back just foryou.
Me? That's interesting. Why?
Why? Because l'm your messenger.
Did you know that the main attack will be here?
Stop shaving, will you.
Wash up, because you stink.
Sun tanning in the nude?
l spent all of July in zalesie.
l came back to Warsaw on August 1st.
Only God knows why...
Did you stay with your aunt in zalesie, too?
Get out of here, dammit!
Are you crazy?
Left machine gun, fire lower!
Hello, Bartek! Great, both phones are dead!
They're going to come from behind. zephyr?
Go to H.Q. Explain that we're holding
the red house, and that the Germans
are near Bartek's section.
We need a counter attack,
or else they'll cut us off. Go!
Did you get all that?
Junk! Useless pipe!
They'll get to us in ten minutes.
We can't stop them with our bare hands!
That's the last shell, Slim...
Slim actually hit them!
Stop that... l'm all right.
You're not hurt?
l'm glad you're okay.
What about the platoon?
What are the Krauts waiting for?
ls zephyr back?
They've surrounded us.
They've wasted my men.
Don't get too sentimental.
The silence is making my ears ring.
lt's only a short pause.
They're scheming on how to get us.
The front didn't work, so they'll try the back.
Now is an easy time to withdraw, sir.
Lieutenant, you never smoked before. Nerves?
Fear. lt's eating through all of us.
Not me. l've been smoking since l was a kid.
When did you join the resistance?
ln July of 1941.
The Cross of Valor for an attack on Blank...
...for an attack on Blank Palace.
Wounded in the chest, in the right side,
on September 26th, 1944. Any next of kin in case of death?
They've found a way.
l don't understand ...
l've changed my mind.
l won't build planes afterthe war is over.
Game is looking foryou. Something's happened.
Sir! l report that the company is in the Red House.
Leave us, zephyr.
12 dead. 10 critically wounded.
You'll be leaving here at dusk.
We're going downtown.
What? How? Which way?
Through the sewers.
l'm not going.
Are you crazy?
The are only a few streets left.
Anyway, they're going to finish us off by tomorrow.
l'm not going. All that blood that was shed,
just so that we can run away like rats?
The sewers? How can l face my men?
lt's an order, Splinter.
Screw your orders!
You're a damned civilian, after all.
Don't you want to rescue your men?
They trusted me.
We all trusted someone.
Here... this is your pass to the sewers.
Take care, Splinter.
Gentlemen, why is it so quiet in here? For God's sake!
So play a record on the gramophone.
Maybe l should play an entire symphony.
Here, you can try.
On this thing?
Listen up, kids. Good news.
What is it? Reinforcements?
We're going downtown, through the sewers.
What do you mean? We're leaving here?
We can't hold Mokotow. There are only
a few streets left. They'll crush us.
We've been fighting in this coffin for nothing!
lt's an order from headquarters.
Nothing. A void.
All l'm doing is making up hollow sounds.
Don't drink anymore, please.
l'm impotent, understand? A pitiful hireling.
That's the real tragedy.
Please, don't drink.
l'm glad this misery is ending.
Give it to me, l want some, too.
He loves you, the handsome trooper, doesn't he?
ls he you first?
l feel like we won't live through this night.
lt's easierto die when you're in love.
That's nonsens! Melodrama!
Don't get carried away.
Make room forthe company commander!
You've gone mad. Halinka, haven't you?
l'm not drinking. l'm listening to music.
Music? So now you all feel like hearing music?
And you're the one who's playing?
That's because this will be the last time!
Drink, Splinter. lt'll be easierto walk through the sewers.
So this is your sense of discipline?
At your post until the end! Only dead drunk!
lt's a long way to downtown.
There's plenty of time to sober up.
What'll we do downtown?
We'll keep fighting.
Keep fighting? They'll crush us all like bed bugs.
There's not going to be anything left of this city.
Shut up! Can't you even die like a man?
On the contrary. Now l finally know how to die!
Company roll call.
Yes, sir. But now it's a platoon and not a company.
Don't anyone even dare fart once we've started.
Absolute silence, like in a family tomb.
Otherwise, the Germans will cut us down.
lf anyone is frightened, come to me, and l'll hold his hand.
Come on, cheere up!
All present and accounted for, sir, and ready to depart!
Two officers, five N.C.O.'s, and twenty others.
You're drunk! This is not the time for drills.
Thank you. At ease! Forward march!
Can you make it, Bearing?
l'll go. Here, give that to me.
Let me try, l'm not risking much.
He needs two strong men.
l'll take care of him, you don't need to worry.
lt's better if you come with me.
You can show us the way.
That way is pretty easy.
Please, let me go with Bearing.
Wise, give us some coverfire!
This is the last barricade.
Get in to sewers, friend.
Lieutenant, may l respectfully report that it's ourturn...
Report respectfully into the hole.
Why you little...
Sir, have you seen my daughter? She's blonde...
Gentlemen, wait! Please wait!
My daughter, blonde, tall in a brown coat.
Please wait! Gentlemen!
Oh, God, the acoustics are amazing!
''l see a land of heavy dreams and shadows.''
Stop the chit-chat and get a move on, Maestro!
Quiet! The orders were, no talking!
l'm too tall for... Goddamn it.
You're better off, Halinka.
Wise, let's turn back. There's gas ahead.
The Germans must be up there already.
We have to catch up to the company.
The Germans have released gas! ls this the way back?
l think so.
Anyway, who knows? All the sewers look alike!
l'm from Old Town.
l've had enough of these sewers,
and this stupid game of hide and seek!
Go back, there's gas!
People, where are you going?
My head's spinning. lt must be the gas.
Jacek, it's yourfever. There's no gas here.
We're never going to catch up.
Maybe we should call Michael?
There's no need to, l know this sewer.
lt's not difficult. We'll make it slowly by ourselves.
Daisy, l'm going to rest for a minute.
Keep going, damn you! Jacek, keep going.
We'll rest at home.
At home? Does anyone still have a home?
You're really strong, Daisy, as if you were a laborer
l've never been a laborer.
You know, l don't know anything about you.
We fought in the resistance together.
l know that, Daisy, but...
You want me to tell you my life story now?
ls it a long story?
Longerthan this sewer.
ls it a lamp at the crossing? Or...
Maybe the Germans?
They wouldn't dare come down here.
Are you sure?
Jacek, it's just a normal candle. This is the first barricade.
You can rest here.
Well help me lift a wounded man!
What are you staring at?
Quiet! You dumb son of a bitch!
lt's allready seven.
lt's already day up there.
Call Lieutenant Wise.
Lieutenant Wise, report to Lieutenant Splinter.
Lieutenant Wise, report to Lieutenant Splinter.
Gas! Gas! Gas!
lt's going to be extremely difficult
maintaining discipline here,Lieutenant.
But we have to try and keep control. What's next?
Let's wait for Wise. We can't leave them behind.
lt's not the matches, sir.
There are so many feet stirring this crap.
Fumes are being released.
That's what's killing us, and not the grenades.
l used to dabble in chemistry. Don't you feel weak, Lieutenant?
But, there's no oxygen in the air.
Let's get out of here, Lieutenant.
Well, Lieutenant? Do we let the men die like this?
ls that my fault? Why isn't Wise here, yet?
Call him! Don't sit down!
lt's worst nearthe water! You won't be able to get up.
Let's go, Lieutenant. We can't stay here.
l'm going to go, then, to call them.
Lieutenant Wise says that we should go ahead.
They stopped so that Bearing could rest.
Daisy knows the way. They'll catch up to us.
Let's go, Lieutenant.
Let's go, guys.
Slow down, Wise.
Splinter is probably out on Aleje Street by now.
Give me the flask.
You're going to get weaker.
Give it to me, come on!
You want some?
Sure. lt's cold. l've lost all my strength.
lt's the Waters of Lethe. River of Oblivion.
An ordinary homemade brew, but it makes you feel better.
Did you hearthose sounds?
Come on, Artist, hurry up!
Christ! What is that? Wise!
Are you okay, Halinka?
Witold! Where are you? Where's my child?
Shut up! Shut up, damned woman!
You've sold us out! Murderers!
''There, in the depths of the pit, as we stand,
l see the people in a river of excretion
that seems to be the overflow of the world's toilets.''
What are you talking about, Michael?
Not l, but Dante.
Get down here at once! You'll draw the Germans' attention!
Wise. Let's save ourselves! l'm scared...
Don't you think l want to get out of here? Let's go back.
You look bad, Jacek. You can shave when we're out.
l don't care.
You must be very ill.
Raining? That's rain... Quiet.
Don't cry, child. Listen to that .
Don't you hear... Everything 's singing.
Yeah, and maybe you're seeing angels, also?
Get up! Keep going! Don't stop!
Nonsense! lt's just the water!
l can hear it! Finally, l can hear it!
Do you? l can hear it!
Shut up! Damn you!
What's with you? Have you lost it?
Ridiculous little man. How could you understand?
Come back! Don't be an idiot!
Stop, or l'll shoot!
l orderyou to come back at once!
Why am l so weak?
We're not going to reach downtown, anyway.
There's no way. This damned sewer
has to end somewhere! Let's go.
What is that?
Probably a wounded man.
Could that really be a human voice?
Let's keep going.
Sir, we can't make anything out of those noises.
l'll go see what it is. Wait here.
l found your noise-maker.
A man. Let's get out of here, sir.
l know him. He's a Colonel from Headquarters.
Which one of you will carry him?
What's the matter?
Where... where is that sign?
There should be a sign for Wilcza Street
somewhere to the left.
We should have brought Daisy along . She knows the way.
Daisy is helping Bearing, and we know how to read.
l can't take this, Lieutenant.
Let get out of here, orwe might be here forever.
There are no signs.
Call the men, Bullet.
Get up! The Lieutenant is waiting!
Go on ahead.
Wait a few minutes. l'm feeling weak.
We can rest for a bit.
There should be a sign here ... Wilcza.
No, there's no sign.
They're close behind us.
Hold on to me, Splinter.
l've had enough of this.
All you have to do is keep moving your legs.
Daisy ... aren't you tired?
Wh should l be tired? l'm not wounded.
lt's calm and misty.
We're taking a walk through a dark and fragrant forest.
We're stumbling through stinking shit.
You're always straight to the point, Daisy.
l don't think you could everfall in love. Could you?
Keep moving those legs of yours,
orwe won't get there forthree days.
You have a fever, and we'll die of hunger, here.
He was old. He probably died during the gas panic.
Stupid people, never been in the sewers before.
l don't see anything.
There it is, guys! The sign!
l ... love ... Jacek.
My head's spinning. l think there's gas in the air.
Look at the fog.
You're a child, Jacek. The fever's making you see things.
Wait, this is our sewer. See it? Wilcza.
l wouldn't have noticed it.
l can barely see now.
Let's go up there! Give me your hand.
Your hand ...
Hold on to me!
l can't go up that pipe! l can't reach it.
Daisy, go by yourself.
You can't pull me up there, Daisy.
You should go and get help.
l'lljust rest here and wait.
Look there's a sign overthere. Large letters...
We have to save the batteries.
There's a sign there. What does it say?
l love ... Janek.
Who could have written such nonsense?
lt's not nonsense. An empty sewer.
The Germans high above. lt's fear, you know?
Someone wrote that. lt made them feel better.
l used to pass though here, too.
And what did you write?
Kiss my ass...
...and otherthings like that.
And who's this Janek?
A guy that some girl loved.
Loved him a lot?
Yeah, she loved him a lot, Jacek. Come on, let's go.
No, we won't get there, Daisy. l'lljust wait and rest here.
You'll come back with help, won't you?
l must have imagined it ...
My head is spinning so much. l even hear music.
Must be the fever... Wait, l can really hear it.
Who was that?
ls he crazy, or am l?
He's been crazy for some time now,
don't you remember?
How strange! l don't remember.
Michael! Come back!
Quiet. He can't hear anything.
Jacek, stop this whining, and let's go!
l won't make it up there, but l want to live.
Alright, Jacek, don't worry, you'll live.
We'll go straight that way.
The sewer should run into the Vistula pretty soon.
lt's dry here. There's got to be an exit nearby.
Turn on the flashlight.
The battery's almost dead.
We'll get there anyway.
No. lt's not possible!
l don't have any strength left.
There's no way we're ever getting out of here. lt's over.
Over? What do you mean?
lt can't be over! l have someone to live for!
l'm right here. Who do you have to live for?
What are you talking about? My wife and my child!
Awife and a child? How funny, you've never mentioned them.
You've neverworn a wedding ring.
What? l have it on me.
See? l have to live.
Let's go back, up the sewer.
Hurry up, while l'm still on my feet.
Turn off the light, Wise.
Get up, get up, get up!
Daisy, l'm going to sit for a bit.
l have ... l have to rest.
Jacek, we'll be at the river soon.
l can't open my eyes. lt hurts.
Then don't. lt's the fever.
You're going to have to go to a hospital.
Where's this hospital?
Don't you think we'll get our lives back?
To live, Daisy.
l promised you that.
l was so rude to you ...
We'll talk about that later.
l've been bad. l was bad.
l see some light ahead, Jacek.
We're going to live.
Don't open your eyes. lt's really bright.
ls it much further?
l see water, Jacek. And green grass.
Let's go there, Daisy.
You can rest now. We go to the grass, soon.
No, don't open your eyes because .
...because the sun's come out.
The wedding ring.
Come out! Come out!
Slim, throw that damned gun away.
You're going to kill yourself.
That stunned me...
Throw it away. Let's get some fresh air.
We're going to the inlet.
Tell the men, Bullet. The inlet.
We're turning left, guys. Going to the inlet.
They're coming, Lieutenant.
No good. The exit is blocked.
We're turning back.
We've got the strength.
l have to get my men out!
Sir, we have to get some air. lt's death back there.
They've hung grenades, dirty bastards! Hold on.
One more, and we're on ourway.
Let's go. Let's go, Lieutenant. Let's go.
Thank you, Mother of God...
Lieutenant, where are we?
Why aren't they coming out? Call them, Bullet.
We're safe. Fresh air, at last! Let's go away, sir.
Bullet, call them.
They could have walked too far.
They stayed behind a long time ago.
l only pretended they were behind us.
And my company?
My company's still in there?
My company ...
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