The splendour of pre-war Warsaw has been brought to life in a new movie which goes on general release this month.
Warsaw 1935 uses 3D technology to reconstruct the Polish capital before the devastation of the second world war. Homes, monuments, even cars and trams have been recreated for the movie, with the creators at the Newborn studio drawing on resources such as the National Archive and the website warszawa1939.pl.
At 20 minutes, the movie offers a unique chance to step back in time and see Warsaw as it was, when it had a reputation for beauty to rival that of Paris and Venice. See it from March 15, at cinemas nationwide.