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Warsaw ’44: Metaphysical Film Review by Jacklyn A. Lo

A young woman with a determined expression stands amidst the rubble of a bombed-out city. The word "WARSAW" drips with blood, symbolizing the sacrifices made during the Warsaw Uprising.

The film Warsaw ’44 (2014) beautifully captures the spirit of young Polish rebels fighting for the fundamental values of Light, such as Freedom*, Independence, and Human Rights.

Freedom, the cornerstone of Light, is the driving force behind their struggle. They yearn for independence, a concept essential for existence in worlds with higher collective consciousness than our own.

Dedication Fuels the Fight

To wage this courageous battle, freedom alone is not enough. Courage*, another essential value, is also crucial in this fight.

These young fighters bravely stood up for human rights, recognizing that Hitler’s vision for Slavic nations was one of enslavement, not liberation. Slavery, the antithesis of freedom, represents the core value of Darkness.

Driven by an insatiable thirst for power, Hitler aimed to eradicate the entire Polish nation. The persecution of Jews was merely the first step in his sinister plan to reshape the world according to his twisted ideology.

Seeking Peace Through Courage

Courage, another value of Light, is also crucial in this fight. Without it, the pursuit of Peace* remains elusive. War, an intrinsic value of Darkness, fails to provide a clear explanation for why Polish teenagers willingly embarked on an armed uprising. After all, they were ill-equipped, lacking even one gun per person.

Reincarnation: Investing for the Future

The concept of reincarnation sheds light on their motivation. When viewing this life as an investment in the next, the purpose of the current life becomes clearer. In this paradigm, one life serves as the reason, while the next is the consequence.

Undeterred by the odds and challenges they confronted, the Polish rebels embarked on a mission that transcended personal aspirations.

Their unwavering spirit lit a beacon of Hope* and resilience. This left an indelible mark not only on the souls of the participants but also raised the collective consciousness of the nation.

This interconnectedness is evident in Poland’s unwavering support for Ukraine during the ongoing conflict with Russia.

The Ripple Effect of Lives

Delve into the concept of a chain of lives, where one life serves as the platform for the next, and their cumulative impact on a spiritual entity, in the novel “Redemption.”


In conclusion, Warsaw ’44 is a thought-provoking film that captures the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable adversity, directed by the talented Jan Komasa.

Through the story of Stefan and his fellows, the film highlights the courage and belief in freedom and independence that fueled the Warsaw Uprising.

Despite overwhelming odds and the brutality of war, these heroes fought for the Values of Light, illuminating the darkness with their unwavering determination.

Warsaw ’44 serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of standing up for what is right for you, even when it seems hopeless. It is a testament to the enduring power of the human spirit and the unwavering pursuit of Freedom.

The film inspires us to embrace the values of Light and fight for a world with Freedom and Independence reign supreme.

Jan Komasa’s screenplay, infused with historical accuracy and emotional depth, is highly recommended for all ages.


  • * Freedom, Courage, Peace, Hope, and Human Rights are fundamental Values of Light
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  • Edited using Bard from Google AI


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