Polish Cinema Classics R2 (Uk Import) -
Releasedatum: 12 maart 2012
A 4-DVD set comprising four remarkable films (all available for the first time in the UK) from some of Polish cinemas most vital and provocative talents. All four films are newly remastered from brand new HD materials.
Eroica (1958) Andrzej Munk's two-part anti-war poem is a darkly comic, intelligent and insightful satire on duty, courage and heroism.
Night Train (1959): Jerzy Kawalerowicz's homage to Hitchcock. Two people - one of whom may be a vicious murderer - on the run and on a train bound for the Baltic coast. Taut and gripping with a wonderful jazz score.
Innocent Sorcerers (1960): Following after his renowned War Trilogy, Andrzej Wajda made this provocative film about contemporary youth from a script co-written by Jerzy Skolimowski. A young womanising doctor meets his match in the form of a spirited young woman.
Goodbye, See You Tomorrow (1960): Janusz Morgenstern's touching story of young love. With outstanding performances from Polish superstar Zbigniew Cybulski (known as the Polish James Dean ) and a young Roman Polanski, and with music by the great Polish composer Krzysztof Komeda (Rosemary's Baby).
New filmed interview with Andrzej Wajda
New HD restorations with restored picture and sound
16.9 anamorphic widescreen
New and improved English subtitles
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