Kornblumenblau (1988)
Ral. Leszek Wosiewicz.

Prod. K. Irzykowski Film Studio.
Scenario Jarosław Sander, Leszek Wosiewicz
Kazimierz Tymiński's book "To Calm the Dream" ("Uspokoić sen")
zdjęcia Krzysztof Ptak
Music Zdzisław Szostak
In this grim drama set in World War Two Poland, Tadzik is an accordion player who has been sent to the Nazi concentration camps for participating in the Resistance. There, he survives the brutal and dehumanizing conditions by any means possible. Ironically, the chief reason he is allowed to live is that he can play the musical tune Kornblumenblau on his accordion. This bleak portrayal of life in the concentration camps is based on Kazimierz Tymiński's book To Calm the Dream, which recounts his experiences there.
 
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Kazimierz Tymiński
Uspokoić sen
Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza (1985)
To Calm My Dreams: Surviving Auschwitz
New Holland Australia (2012)
ISBN: 978-1-74257-108-9

Marcin Tronski (Moskva)
Krzysztof Kolberger Włodek
Piotr Skiba  
Adam Kamień Tadeusz Wyczyński (Tadzik)
Małgorzata Wachecka Kapo
Andrzej Gawroński Służący "Kornblumenblaua" w kobiecym stroju
Sławomir Maciejewski  
Aleksander Mikołajczak Artysta
Andrzej Szenajch Pielęgniarz
Andrzej Niemirski  
Andrzej Ferenc (epizod)
Adam Raczkowski Flecista
Andrzej Blumenfeld  
Adrianna Biedrzyńska Więźniarka
Włodzimierz Musiał Szef kuchni
Zdzisław Rychter Więzień na apelu

 

Kazimierz Tymiński

Auschwitz / Buchenwald Songs
Kojne, Sg / CHorch
Kolysanka dla Basi, Sg / CHorch - Lullaby for Basia (his daughter Maria-Barbara) Lyrics by Edmund Polak (friend and inmate)