‘Operation Hyacinth’: All the latest updates on the Polish drama film
Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for the Polish detective film “Operation Hyacinth”, also popular as Hyacinth. The film’s story is always linked to the sad true story of the Polish communist police’s secret operation in the 1980s to discover homosexuals in Poland. The trailer just opened with the interrogation room where the queer man was interrogated in this way. It is the plot of the 90s and it will definitely give you a feeling of homophobia from such images.
He portrays Robert who is a young cop out of the main ad who went after gay people, the homosexual serial killer. During the time of the investigation, he met Arek, and after that she decided to make him an informant, completely not realizing that the desire for the relationship can affect not only his professional life but also hamper his life personal. The main objective was to create a national database of Polish homosexuals as well as people who are already in contact with these people. This operation made it possible to register 11,000 people. In the trailer, you’ll see a complicated Robert. After even closing the investigation, Robert continued his pursuit to find the killer.
This film will star Tomasz Zietek, Hubert Milkowski, Marek Kalita, Tomasz Schuchardt, Sebastian Stankiewicz, Jacek Poniedzialek, Piotr Trojan, Agnieszka Suchora, Tomasz Wlosok, Adriana Chlebicka and Miroslaw Zbrojewicz. This film was directed by Polish actor Piotr Domalewski who has already directed Silent Night and I Never Cry. The producer is Joanna Szymanska.
This film premiered at the New Horizons Film Festival in Poland this summer and after that it was scheduled to premiere on Netflix in October.
Netflix has planned to release this Polish drama on the 13thand October 2021.
Here is the trailer: