Two episodes away from the finish line...
For third time in a row, the Polish director has finally found its footing and have found the way to blend the imperatives of the 10 Commandments into very interesting stories that somehow goes hand to hand.
This time he tackles World War II and the Nazi Invasion of Poland with a dialogue heavy and exposition galore that's both interesting though a bit tiresome.
To actually don't bore you with all the dialogues, I noticed there's a great presence of music - something that hasn't been done in the past seven episodes. This really helps enhancing the story, though it gets to a point where you can feel as if you were being manipulated.
All and all, if you really have to, you can give it a watch, especially if you are really into WWII. If not, you can certainly skip it.