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Kazimierz Kutz
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Date of Birth: Feb 16, 1929

Country: Poland

Biography: Born in Szopienice, Upper Silesia, to a railway worker's family. After graduating from secondary school he enrolled in the Directing Faculty at Theatre and Film School, graduating in 1954.

Total Titles at Criticker: 7 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated: Director (7) | Writer (4)
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Pulkownik Kwiatkowski (1995)
This based on a true story movie was one of best ones made in Poland in 1990s. Very entertaining, with a very good plot and acting, it takes place in Poland right after WWII ended and the communists established themselves as new rulers of the country, with the help of the Soviets. After 45 years of communist regime and propaganda there's finally some taste of the truth: the Soviets are portrayed as arrogant aggressors, rather than friendly-disposed harmless allies. (imdb)
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Zawrócony (1994)
The action of "Reverted" takes place on Silesia during the martial law. The protagonist - Tomasz Siwek is a member of PZPR. Encouraged by party superior he goes to demonstration in order to spy his workmates. During the meeting he is blue in the face and he starts to sing the chant "My chcemy Boga" ['We want God'] with everyone. In the eye of civil authorities he becomes an opponent and consequently Tomasz is arrested...
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Śmierć jak kromka chleba (1994)
The violence and high drama of this film is taken directly from recent Polish history. On December 13, 1981 national security forces swoop down on unsuspecting workers of the Wujek mine and arrest a Solidarity leader. Pushed to the limits, the miners call a massive strike, which is specifically forbidden under the martial law. A battle between the heavily armed police and the outnumbered miners ensues, and nine miners are killed.
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Perla w koronie (1972)
Film set during the Silesian Uprising in the 1920's. The German owners of a mine decide that it is unprofitable and want to close it by flooding it. The miners go on strike. (imdb)
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Sól ziemi czarnej (1970)
Summer of 1920 in Silesia. 7 brothers, their commanding officer Erwin (Jan Englert) and other guerrillas go to war. The youngest of the brothers, Gabryel (Olgierd Lukaszewicz) steals a German uniform and sneaks to a settlement occupied by the enemy, where he fells in love with a German nurse.
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Nikt nie wola (1960)
Kazimierz Kutz' second film NOBODY'S CALLING describes the fate of Poles on the Eastern Front. Kutz used the film to explore new formal solutions, collaborating closely with cinematographer Jerzy Wojcik to reveal the psychological landscape of a pair of lovers who are strongly affected by wartime events. The camera recorded the couple's inner experiences, contrasting their muted intimacy against the surrounding scenery of a ruined town.
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Krzyz Walecznych (1959)
Three episodes showing the repercussions of war. A soldier returns to his ruined village, a stray dog turns out to be the former guard at Auschwitz, a young widow is hailed as the wife of the hero but dreams of something else. (imdb)
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