| October 16, 2013
Lech Walesa: ‘To live in a free Poland is a dream’
He was the humble electrician who from the gates Gdansk's shipyard opened the way to the end of communism in Poland. Lech Walesa became the leader of Solidarity and his activism and political acumen turned him into an International icon and, in 1990, Poland's president. Now he is the subject of a film. But as Walesa hits the silver screen, how is Poland faring in this post-communist era? Matt Frei Channel Four Europe reports.