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Netflix Announces Polish Titles Debuting in 2024

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Netflix, the global entertainment streaming platform that has produced a plethora of original movies and series, has officially announced their slate of polish titles that are set to debut on the platform throughout 2024.

Here is a full rundown, according to the Netflix website:

Project UFO

 a directorial debut of Kasper Bajon (who also wrote the script, similarly to his other hit Netflix series – High Water and The Mire trilogy), is a mini series that will transport fans of stories inspired by real events to the 1980s in order to investigate the alleged UFO landing in a remote countryside village.

Boxer

directed by Mitja Okorn, is another title that will take the audience back in time. Produced by Maciej Kawulski, most recently known for his work on How I Fell in Love with a Gangster, the new film is set in communist Poland and follows the journey of the main character Jędrek both in the boxing ring and on his way to England, where he hopes to make his dreams come true. 

Also launching this year will be Napad, a new film from the duo Michał Gazda (director) and Magdalena Szwedkowicz (producer) – the team behind last year’s success of Forgotten Love. The plot set in the 1990s follows a retired policeman trying to bring to justice those behind a ruthless bank robbery case. Go Ahead, Brother – another criminal story coming soon to Netflix – is a new, action-packed series written by Kacper Wysocki, responsible for the script of Feedback, a 2023 acclaimed series. This new title, produced by Łukasz Dzięcioł (Dead End, The Queen), will take an insider’s look into the quest by a former elite police unit officer to solve his financial worries.

“We are excited to work again with a range of extremely talented local creators – who bring to Netflix their diverse stories, appreciated by viewers in Poland for their quality and distinctive characters” Michael Azzolino, Netflix’s VP of Content for Central and Eastern Europe, Benelux and Turkey said per the site.

“Fans will be excited to see the authors of such Netflix hits as High Water, Forgotten Love or How I Fell in Love with a Gangster returning to Netflix to test their unique skills in new genres or creative challenges that they haven’t had the opportunity to explore before. We also have a few surprises  from emerging Polish talents that will give audiences a chance to experience fresh perspectives on local stories.”

Check out the full list of the Polish original productions here.

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