The Pianist

The Pianist

The Pianist is a film adapted from the biography of Wladyslaw Szpilman. A Jewish-Polish pianist who during the second world war lived and hid miraculously in Warsaw after having gone through a terrible tragedy. A film from Roman Polanski.

Based on the autobiography of the acclaimed Polish composer, Wladyslaw Szpilman, who detailed his survival during World War II, and narrowly escaped a roundup that sent his family to a death camp. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dawid J (de) wrote: Great and insightful piece, you really caught the spirit of recent changes and summarized it well. It's also good that you have included opinions of both sides of this 'is it good or not' conflict.It's obvious that for all the industry connected individuals this change is something dramatic and they are loosing their ground, but once they start to think in the wider perspective they can't deny that what's going on here is something important and inevitable. For all the skeptics saying that this change is in fact a regress i must say that they are wrong.. and right. Fact that there is so much various in quality data available online is only imprinting on the viewers necessity to be decisive of what they are listening/viewing/linking, instead of just nodding the head in approval of what's the industry is giving them, the basic skill we almost lost while being bombarded by the media. On the other hand the quality of that data decreases - so you might have feeling that we are regressing, up to a point where the badly constructed toy is being disassembled to basic pieces and being under construction in a complete different way, so finally it works much better, but that obviously takes time.Everything has it's flaws and if you change something you will fail lot's before doing it correctly, but let's face it, industry such as Hollywood has nothing more valuable to say (and did it ever had really?) so it's time to move on.Well done.

Lynsey U (kr) wrote: Want 2 c this movie 2!!

Alexander C (us) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!

Tyler B (us) wrote: funny, very very low budget comdedy that has a very young jim carrey in a cameo.

Michael C (ca) wrote: Great 80's movie!! I can't wait to watch the next 3!

Carl T (it) wrote: A brilliant noir tragedy that is beautiful in its cynicism.

Matthew D (kr) wrote: Filmed with a brutal authenticity, even if some details are changed from historical truth. There are fine performances all round but the power behind Spielberg's adaptation lies in making the people captured as slaves characters rather than MacGuffins, despite speaking nary a word of English and without subtitles.

Matthew L (fr) wrote: Besides the incredible visuals and great cast, I would have liked to have seen more action.

Dave L (ag) wrote: A father chooses to raise his two sons in rural Georgia (and I do mean rural) but along comes the brother that he has had a lifelong feud with. Violence is the result and the boys run away from home. At points, this David Gordon Green thriller feels conventional but he does some rather interesting things with the work. Well made but the story needed something more.