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Andrzej Wajda War Trilogy

$68.95 | 288 minutes

Wajda's three remarkable films about life in Poland during World War II: A GENERATION, KANAL and ASHES AND DIAMONDS. See individual titles for descriptions…

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Katyn

$19.95 | 117 minutes

With KATYN, celebrated Polish director Andrzej Wajda delivers a sweeping drama that exposes an oft-overlooked moment in WWII history. After the Nazis stormed into Poland, Stalin ordered Russian soldiers into the country as well, in order to oversee the imprisonment of all Polish officers. As these prisoners fearfully struggled to make…

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Landscape After Battle

$17.95 | 101 minutes

The American troops have just defeated the Nazi army and there is a frenzy of freedom as the concentration camps are releasing prisoners. Still, American troops are uncertain what action to take with in Poland, so the U.S. takes control of the Polish camps. Here, Tadeusz (Daniel Obrychski) has been avoiding the ruckus of the freeing of&hellip…

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Love Stories

$10.95 | 84 minutes

In these four love-themed stories, Polish actor Jerzy Stuhr (THE DECALOGUE) writes, directs, and stars as a priest who learns he has a daughter, a university professor who discovers a student's infatuation, a thief who is blackmailed by his lover, and an army officer who attempts to reunite with an old flame…

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The Big Animal

$21.95 | 72 minutes

Charming, engaging, and sharply funny, this observant comedy from director Jerzy Stuhr (working from the great Krzystof Kieslowski's original script) spins the tale of Zygmunt Sawicki (Stuhr), an unexceptional Polish bank clerk, and his wife (Anna Dymna), who one day find a camel standing in front of their house. They become increasingly&hellip…

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The Farewell

$23.95 | 91 minutes

In this swirling German drama about the renowned playwright Bertolt Brecht (Josef Bierbichler), director Jan Schutte paints a picture of a man torn by romantic predicaments and artistic decisions. Set in 1956, the same year that Brecht died, THE FAREWELL transpires one summer day, three days before his death, as the 58-year-old writer&hellip…

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The Scar

$23.95 | 101 minutes

In his first theatrically released film, legendary director Krzysztof Kieslowski begins his work in political commentary with a tale of a man, Stefan Bednarz (Franciszek Pieczka), who is chosen by the Communist Party to supervise a construction project in his hometown, where he has not lived for many years. Despite his negative associations&hellip…

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Year of the Quiet Sun

$23.95 | 109 minutes

During the postwar upheaval in a war-torn German town, a tragic love affair develops between an American sergeant and a Polish woman who has lost her husband in the war&hellip…

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