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The article is an analysis of Janusz Nasfeter's film, Długa noc [A Long Night] (1967), and the discussion during the producer's screening in June 1967, concerning the film's merit and approving its distribution. Both the subject matter of the film (helping a Jew hiding in a Polish home during the occupation) and the circumstances of its producer's screening (several days after the Israeli victory in the Six-Day War) enable it to be seen as a model: the film itself and its reception are largelydoi:10.32927/zzsim.140 fatcat:m34rmwhirrg3bbwq66jqscaw7y