The Cinema of Roman Polanski

The Cinema of Roman Polanski

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Roman Polanski is a great maverick figure of world cinema who has lived a controversial and tragic life. Yet his notoriety has eclipsed the true importance of his long career, starting with his short films in the 1950s and continuing through to the recent Oliver Twist (2005). This collection highlights the bold and dazzling diversity of his work as well as recurrent themes and obsessions. Films discussed include Knife in the Water (1962), Repulsion (1965), Rosemary's Baby (1968), Chinatown (1974), Death and the Maiden (1994), and The Pianist (2002).When the two men attempt to board a trolley, carrying their wardrobe, they are cursed and threatened by the angry commuters ... lying on the wardrobea#39;s mirror which reflects the passing clouds - the two men are using the wardrobe, turned on its side, as a ... As the two men carry the wardrobe past a deserted pavilion, four young toughs are tormenting a cute black kitten, throwing stones at it until they kill it.

Title:The Cinema of Roman Polanski
Author: John Orr, Elżbieta Ostrowska
Publisher:Wallflower Press - 2006

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