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Czas Honoru (Days of Honor) (Season 4) (Region 2) PAL (Import with English Subtitles)

Piotr Adamczyk , Robert Gonera , Michal Rogalski , Michal Roza    DVD
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  • Actors: Piotr Adamczyk, Robert Gonera, Wojciech Majchrzak, Magdalena Rózczka, Magdalena Boczarska
  • Directors: Michal Rogalski, Michal Roza
  • Format: Import, PAL, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Polish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Run Time: 585 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0077QU410
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 107,650 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Polish import. Plays in Polish with optional English subtitles (settings translation enclosed). Cover contains foreign writings.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars brilliant WW2 TV series 27 Oct 2012
By nyaff
Czas Honoru is the story of four cichociemni ((literally silent and unseen) Polish Special Forces soldiers who were experts in sabotage, weapons and unarmed combat). Series 1 - 3 was set in 1941 when the soldiers were first parachuted into Poland to support the resistance. Series 4 is set in 1944 before the Warsaw Uprising. It may be the fourth series but there is no let-up in the tension or story development. This is edge-of-the-seat viewing. The acting is very good indeed, making the characters appear real (like the acting in Band of Brothers). I like the use of the camera with tilted frames or shots taken through trees, crowds or vehicles. Sometimes, someone is watching, other times it is just a shot. It keeps the viewer on edge. Another thing which adds to the tension is the use of stringed instruments as the accompaniment. Danger is signalled by the plucking of a double-bass to sound like a pulse. I agree with another reviewer of Czas Honoru who said that you intend to watch one episode but end up watching three or four. I am looking forward to series 5. Series 1 -3 (region 2) is available as a boxed set at amazon.com.
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Season three of Time of Honor ended with bang, with so many of the plots and characters killed, I really wasn't certain if this serial would go another round. Although everything in the first three seasons truly built up to a climax at the conclusion of season three, there still where enough surviving characters for a reprise. For those who have been following this serial, Time of Honor Season Four (Czas Honoru Sezon Czwarty) was a pleasant surprise, but also left some questions of where the story will go next considering the way the prior season concluded.

As with the earlier seasons, the action of the story takes place in Nazi occupied Warsaw, only about two years later in 1944. Our bad boys Wladek Konarski (Jan Wieczorkowski), Janek Markiewicz (Antoni Pawlicki), Bronek Woyciechowski (Maciej Zakoscielny), and Michal Konarski (Jakub Wesolowski) are up to their old tricks in giving the Germans as many problems as their CO allows them. These AK (Armia Krajowa) Polish freedom fighters take many risks in their covert war on the Germans. But this war isn't just for the boys, as the girls also do their share of work in the war too. Lena Sajkowska (Agnieszka Wiedlocha) and Ruda (Karolina Gorczyca) carry out many tasks only a woman could get away with. And finally, there is also the German we love to hate, Obersturmfuhrer Lars Rainer (Piotr Adamczyk), who is cunning, brutal and witty. With at least five storylines going on at the same time, the action and drama doesn't allow us time to rest. The plots overlap and intersect; as some come to an end, others just begin.

Although Czas Honoru does not try to be gratuitously gross, this is ultimately a show about Would War II.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four good seasons now 31 Jan 2014
Czas Honoru keeps up the standard with a cracking season. Magdalena Boczarska is a great addition to the cast providing the femme fatale role that the show probably needed.
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After the carnage of series 3 - and an ending that was supposed to finish the series off - this takes place a few years on, with our team of resistors still going strong; killing, loving and exposing collaborators and general low-lifes. I love the way that the characters are given depth and how the viewer is lured into the intimate lives of the Poles, the Germans and even the Russians. Series 4 builds to a great climax and features one of the best scenes in the entire 65 episodes, where Rainer hops skips and jumps to the drink dispenser, whereupon he knocks it open with one bang. Truly, this is a comic moment and one that needs to be seen to be appreciated. I notice that series 6 is currently being aired in Poland and that series 7 - set during the Uprising - is currently being planned. Long may it continue.
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