Poland have grate directors, and their movies are really good ...
as to movies, I will try to introduce you into Polish cinema ... I will avoid productions which are trying to imitate american movies, because I dont think it is interesting. I will rather show my preferences and I hope memberers of this forum will show their ...
Krzysztof Kieślowski "Trois Couleurs" are movies I really like and "Blanck" (White) is my favorite. "Trous Couleurs" movies are nice exaple of Polish-France realtions which are traditionaly friendly and full of misunderstandings ;) .
I have forgoten about Agnieszka Holland (Polish Jewish origin)
and her grate movie: "Europa Europa" this movie shows Jews situation in Germany in Poland and it isnt another story about mass murders ... but just grate story. Great European movie (Polish, German, France) What is more I think whis movie will be grate adition to discussions on this forum about Poles and Jews ...
"Ashes and Diamonds" ... of Wajda. In my opinion simply the best of his films, there are new like "Katyń", but I consider this old movie as his the best one ...
as to "Ashes and Diamonts" I like this photo, Polish "terrorist" ;)
Famous actor from Poland
"Pianist" made by Polański
The Pianist is a 2002 film directed by Roman Polanski, starring Adrien Brody. It is an adaptation of the autobiography of the same name by Jewish-Polish musician Władysław Szpilman.
In addition to the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the film won the Oscars for Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay. It was also awarded by seven french Césars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor for Brody (who became at the opportunity the only American actor to win one).
Polański again (old one)
"Knife in the Water"
Knife in the Water (Polish: Nóż w wodzie) is a 1962 film directed by Roman Polański. It features only three characters and deals with rivalry and sexual tension.
Knife in the Water was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 1963 Academy Awards. It brought Polanski fame and respect in the film community and got him on the cover of Time (previous to Knife in the Water, he had only made short films). It is sometimes referred to as one of the best debut feature films in history (alongside with Citizen Kane by Orson Welles).