A Film About Atheism in Poland, 325 Years After a Soldier Was Executed for the “Crime” of Godlessness May 15, 2014

A Film About Atheism in Poland, 325 Years After a Soldier Was Executed for the “Crime” of Godlessness

325 years ago, in 1689, Casimir Liszinski (a.k.a. Kazimierz Łyszczyński), a Polish soldier, was executed for the “crime” of atheism.

Last year, Polish filmmaker Zenon Kalafaticz made an English-language documentary about how atheism fares in the country more than three centuries after Liszinski’s death, and now he’s back with a new film about the topic. It’s called 325 Years After…:

I haven’t had a chance to watch the whole thing, but if you moments stand out, please leave a timestamp and summary in the comments!

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