It is hard to be a saint today. Father Popiełuszko will see this bright and clear after returning to Earth to convince the unconvinced of his mission. Małgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk took the challenge of striping Father Jerzy’s biography of its institutional, catholic hagiography. And even though some members of the church hierarchy did not like it, Popiełuszko became even stronger after this operation. His figure, deprived of inhuman bronze and monumental concrete, is closer to the common people with their everyday worries, weaknesses, small joys and failures.

The performance directed by Paweł Łysak touches a painful subject in the Polish history of the 1980s, remembering the fighting against the communist system, and the repressions, it asks the question: what was it all really for if the free Poland we fought for, brings about so many doubts.