Julia Zelman discusses two of Irena Kamieńska's documentaries, revealing a tension between the centralized state and the basic needs of the people.
Julia Zelman recognizes traces of Truffaut's Jules et Jim in Little Crushes but criticizes the film's loose plot line.
Julia Zelman discusses Polanski's interpretation of Sacher Masoch's novel and analyzes how the filmmaker's take on the female protagonist differs from that of the original.
Julia Zelman saw this Polish classic in the light of the relationship of its two male protagonists.
Ducu Buciuman, the in some ways central character in Andrei Gruzsniczki's Quod Erat Demonstrandum, never appears onscreen...
Vinko Brešan’s film starts as ludic and ends as lugubrious. Fabijan, a young priest, eagerly seeks to find his place in an idyllic Croatian island town...
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