Logo Ocalić Pamięć

The "Save the Memory" project is a series of video interviews with witnesses of history from 1939- 1956. It was created to preserve the memories and experiences of the heroes and heroines from this period.

At the beginning of the film. the logos of the Polish History Museum are illustrated, featuring a yellow crown, gray wings, and the letter "P" in red with the Polish flag in the center. Also detailed is the phrase ”Patriotism of Tomorrow” with the letter "P" in black. Underneath these icons, there is a white inscription "Project co-financed by the Museum of Polish History in Warsaw as part of the Patriotism of Tomorrow program."

The main character of the film is Henryk Meller. He was born in 1931 and died in 2023. As a child, he was forced to go into hiding on Aryan papers on his own. He was a cigarette maker from the Central Station.

The man, aged 83, is captured up to his waist. He has gray hair and narrow lips. He is dressed in a red and gray checkered shirt and a red untied scarf. He is sitting on a chair in the room, against a long brown curtain.

Throughout the film, photographs depicting the character's descriptions are shown, as well as material from his private archive, such as family photos.

At the end of the film appears a blackboard with the blue logo of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow and the white logo of Oskar Schindler's Emalia Factory Lipowa 4. At the bottom is the website address www.ocalicpamiec.mhk.pl and the year of production - 2013.

Henryk Meller

Henryk Meller z kolegami, po lewej Marian Bisztyga, po prawej Halpern, Kraków, po 1947 r., wł. Henryka Mellera
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