Polish language translation for The Last Jedi: A Polish translation for “The Last Jedi,” a film by the American filmmaker JJ Abrams that was released in English last month.
It is based on a book by the Polish author and translator Aleksandra Kaczynski, who has been translating the story for more than a decade.
The book, which is set in the same universe as the original trilogy, has been translated into more than 30 languages, and the Polish translation was published in a book series on the Polish site of Włodzimierz Przewalski.
Kaczynska told The Associated Press that the translation is based in part on the movie’s dialogue, which includes the line, “And if you’re going to die, die already.”
The translation also takes into account the differences between English and Polish language versions of the film.
Křiżina Kaczyńska, the publisher of Wlodzomierz Połędzień, a publisher of books and other publications for Polish language media, told the AP that the Polish language version will be published as soon as it is finished.
The Last JEDI translation is the latest example of the Polish film industry taking the initiative to produce an English-dubbed version of a film in a foreign language.
In June, the Polish Film Institute said it would begin a crowdfunding campaign to fund the translation of the final version of the “Star Wars: The Last Episode” movie in English.
Polish films have also translated films in English and French in the past.
The new project is a new initiative by Polish filmmakers that could be a sign of the future of Polish cinema.
A documentary called “StarWars: A Movie About My Journey to Reykjavik” is slated to premiere in May at the European Film Festival in Venice.
It stars Polish actors Aleksander Mieczyski and Zbigniew Babis as two characters who join the Rebel Alliance to fight the Galactic Empire.
In the documentary, they recount their travels on the Reykjavan Reykjavid Reykjálfar.
The film was created by Polish director Andrzej Pajkiewicz and Polish screenwriter Michał Górański, who have previously worked together on “The Secret Life of Pets” and “Dorota” among other films.