Some Polish films

Yet another film reblog from 2013, this time featuring films from Poland. Only Eddy has seen this one before.

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Poland has a long tradition of film-making. Whilst not having a huge output, some of the films from this country are highly acclaimed, and many have won awards. On this list of recommendations, I have taken the liberty of including two films from the same short series, as I could not choose between them. I have deliberately left out the famous ‘Three Colours Trilogy’, as it is so well known, and also omitted anything by Roman Polanski, for the same reason. I will be doing another post on cinema from Eastern Europe, but felt that Poland had enough to offer on its own. Besides, I sort of owed it to Eddy Winko…

Europa Europa. Strictly speaking, this is a French/German/Polish co-production, but don’t be misled. It is in every sense a Polish film, about the experience of Polish-born Jews during the Second World war, and directed by a famous woman…

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18 thoughts on “Some Polish films

  1. Meant to say, the first Polish films I ever saw were Andrzej Wajda’s Man of Marble, Man of Iron and more recently Man of Hope. Brilliant film making. And Kanal was one of his, of course. Kieslowski’s Three Colours is also wonderful cinema….

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