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Wojciech Has
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Date of Birth: Apr 1, 1925

Country: Poland

Biography: Born in Kraków, Poland. Feature film director. Graduated in 1946 from Cracow Film Institute, also studied painting. From 1947 to 1957 made a number of documentary shorts and educational films. Director of the Lodz Film School from the mid-1980's.

Total Titles at Criticker: 12 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated: Director (12) | Writer (9)
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Niezwykla podróz Baltazara Kobera (1988)
A dream-like odyssey of a young man across plague-ridden 16th century Germany. (imdb)
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An Uninteresting Story (1983)
Anatomy professor Nikolai Stepanovich analyzes his life to find that it generally lacks meaning and consists solely of the monotony of daily activities. Social conventions prevent him from pursuing a relationship with a woman who might provide the meaning he misses in his life. Ultimately she abandons him. This drama about solitude is yet another film in which Has explores a lost life and helplessness. (culture.pl)
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Sanatorium pod klepsydra (1973)
Set in pre- World War II era. A young man is on a strange train to see his dying father in a sanatorium. But the place is going to ruin and recalls a lot of memories from the past. He is beset by soldiers from the past, colonial black mercenaries, girls from his early life, and his parents. It is an interior adventure, with unusual atmospheric flair and extraordinary sets. (imdb)
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Lalka (1968)
A wealthy businessman falls in love with a young lady, and tries to win her with money
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Szyfry (1966)
A father searches for his son, who has been missing since WW II, in post-war Poland. In his quest for the truth about his son, the father is forced to contemplate the elusive and coded nature of truth itself. (imdb)
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The Saragossa Manuscript (1965)
In the Napoleonic wars, an officer finds an old book that relates his grandfather's story, Alfons van Worden, captain in the Walloon guard. A man of honor and courage, he seeks the shortest route through the Sierra Morena. At an inn, the Venta Quemada, he sups with two Islamic princesses. They call him their cousin and seduce him; he wakes beside corpses under a gallows. He meets a hermit priest and a goatherd; each tells his story; he wakes again by the gallows... (imdb)
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Jak byc kochana (1963)
An actress travels from Warsaw to Paris and during the trip reflects on the last few years of her life. It goes back to the German occupation and her hiding of a fellow actor who has supposedly killed a collaborator... (imdb)
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Rozstanie (1961)
In this highly political film, two star-crossed lovers are separated for five years by the war. By the time her lover returns home from fighting, she has already married a wealthy aristocrat whom she abhors. After she and her soldier make love, she leaves her hated husband and the two flee the town just as the Soviet invaders come. (All Movie Guide)
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Wspólny pokój (1960)
A subjective adaptation of a well-known autobiographical novel by Zbigniew Unilowski (screenplay by Wojciech Jerzy Has with dialogues by Stanislaw Dygat). The adventures of the tenants of a sublet room in a Warsaw townhouse inhabited mostly by students and novice writers, presented against the social context of the 1930s.
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Pozegnania (1958)
Set in Poland just before and during World War II, this drama directed by Wolkeieck Has and written by Stanislaw Dygat looks at the nature of the economic and social elite during this time, and how they interact with the less-privileged majority. (All Movie Guide)
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Petla (1958)
A study of alcoholism with an excellent performance by Gustaw Holoubek as Kuba, a man who helplessly tries to battle his addiction before ultimately giving up and committing suicide. (culture.pl)
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Harmonia (1948)
Harmonia (1948) - Short Film
A little boy wants an accordion,
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