A young journalist, Gareth Jones, is getting ready to tackle a big story - a rapid modernisation of the Soviet Union. He goes to Moscow to do an interview with Stalin. There he meets a British journalist, Ada Brooks, and thanks to her he discovers that the truth about the Stalinist regime is brutally muffled by Soviet censors. On hearing gossip about a great famine in the USSR, Jones sets out on a lonely journey through Ukraine.
Return of the reveller
It’s 1902 – Hanka Ordonówna is born; the first permanent cinema was opened in Los Angeles, and the court denied Thomas Edison exclusive rights to the concept of a film camera. The same year, the Polish inventor Kazimierz Prószyński, about whom Louis Lumière was to say: "Gentlemen, this man is the first in cinematography, I am the second," he directed, recorded and produced the image recognized as the first Polish feature film: Return of the reveller.