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Andrzej Wajda, Poland’s Great Filmmaker, Dead At 90

“Polish cinema burst upon the world in the 1950s with Andrzej Wajda’s war trilogy, A Generation, Kana? and Ashes and Diamonds, with the director becoming the voice of disaffected postwar youth. A generation later, [with Man of Marble and Man of Iron,] Wajda … was the voice of Poland again, as the country struggled to […]
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