Described as 'one of the most audacious fictions ever made about the Holocaust', Passenger is a classic of Polish cinema. Director Munk died, aged just 39, in a car crash in the middle of filming. His friend and colleague Witold Lesiewicz decided to complete the film to what he believed were Munk's intentions and assembled it using the existing footage, Munk's photographs and a voice-over narration. On release the film won main awards at the Cannes and Venice film festivals and is widely considered a masterpiece. Unseen for far too long, this is the first-ever DVD release of this unique film.