Polish Films at the Classic Cinema Club

Community run cinema at Ealing Town Hall

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In November, Classic Cinema Club-Ealing is showing some of the greatest Polish classic films .

Poland's three most famous directors, Wajda, Kieslowski and Polanski form the November programme of films.
Wajda's "Ashes and Diamonds" was greeted enthusiastically by the audience last Friday. 

This Friday (18th) features parts III and IV of Kieslowski's internationally acclaimed "Decalog" - a personal assessment of the Ten Commandements and their relevance today.

The final film willl be "Knife in the Water", the film that first brought Roman Polanski  to public attention. This early film was shot entirely in Poland and deals with fatal female attraction.

Alll films are subtitled in English.  Don't miss this chance to sample these absorbing Polish films.  Screenings include an after-film discussion.

Tickets (at door) £7.50 & £6 (concs)
More details: www.classiccinemaclub.co.uk
Contact: classiccinemaclub@hotmail.co.uk  

November 15, 2011

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