Directed by: Border Street (Polish:Ulica Graniczna) is a 1948 Polish drama film directed by Aleksander Ford and starring Mieczysława Ćwiklińska, Jerzy Leszczyński, Jerzy Złotnicki and Władysław Godik. The film depicts the Nazis' purge of Warsaw Jews  by following the fates of five families, representative of the various social, political, and ethnic strata in Warsaw, through the war, and culminates in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Ford did not provide viewers a happy ending because he wanted "the viewer who watches it to realize that the issue of fascism and racial oppression is not over." It won the Gran Prix at the 1948 Venice Film Festival. The film's sets were designed by the art director Stepán Kopecký.
Polish with English Subtitles
Black / White
Starring: Mieczyslawa Cwiklinska, Jerzy Leszczynski, Wladyslaw Godik, Tadeusz Fijewski, and Maria Broniweska