A true artist and the most well-known Polish post WWII film director. He will be missed....
My favorites (apart from Ashes and Diamonds) included Kanał (Sewer) the Panny z Wilka (the Maids of Wilko) and Człowiek z Żelaza (Man of Iron) I know that Man of Marble is technically a better film but there's something about the second movie that's... intoxicating, capturing a moment when change seems reachable and impossibly distant at the same time.
"Niewinni Czarodzeje" by Andrzej Wajda (1960)
Just wondering whether or not anyone here's ever heard of or seen this movie. I thoroughly enjoyed it's gritty, hand-held camera documentary feel and felt I was actually in post-War Warsaw.