On July 4, 1946, a crowd of people in Kielce, Poland, murdered holocaust survivors living in the city. Within 24 hours the massacre turned into a sensational international news event. The pogrom became a byword for Polish anti-Semitism. Yet, within the country, until the fall of the communist regime, Poles were forbidden to talk about it. Enter Bogdan Białek and his campaign of reconciliation.
For Bogdan Bialek, a Catholic Pole, anti-Semitism is a sin. In a story that begins with murder and ends with reconciliation, one man persuades the people of Kielce, Poland, to confront the truth about the darkest moment in their past: the massacre at the site of Europes last Jewish pogrom. This film is about changethe process, the results and the cost.
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