This page is dedicated to a certain movie.
We are going to travel in time. We will go back to the second half of the nineteenth century, where there was no youtube, mobile phones, where literacy was among our heroes superior skill. The film is a sentimental journey into the world of history, the history of grandfathers and great-grandparents of Polish diaspora in Brazil.
It all started here in the Opole region. In 1844 in Stare Siołkowice (Alt Schalkowitz) Sebastian Woś was born, the prime mover of Polish emigration to Brazil. It was here where he began his education, which he continued in junior high school in Opole. In 1867, fleeing the army, he went to Brazil. Over the next few years, he brought more and more families from Silesia, which settled in the state of Parana. It was the place where their Polish national identity was born, and the city of Curitiba became their new homeland.