POLISH CINEMA CLASSICS VOLUME III (15) POLAND £39.99
The third volume of our Polish Cinema Classics series incorporates three of the finest Polish films of the 1970s and 80s. All three films are presented from new HD digital transfers with restored picture and sound.
The Cruise (Rejs) (Marek Piwowski, 1970) -Regarded as Polish cinema’s first ‘cult’ film, Piwowski’s absurdist comedy is a satire of life in the People’s Republic of Poland. Camouflage (Barwy ochronne) (Krzysztof Zanussi, 1976) – A milestone in Polish cinema which probes into the moral fabric of the society underlying Poland’s regime and Shivers (Dreszcze)
(Wojciech Marczewski, 1981)- A coming-of-age story set in a 1950s Stalinist youth camp, Marczewski’s film daringly explores themes of erotic and political fascinations.
Other volumes available are –
POLISH CINEMA CLASSICS (12) 1960 POLAND £39.99
A 4-DVD set comprising four remarkable films (all available for the first time in the UK) Eroica (1958) Andrzej Munk’s two-part anti-war poem is a darkly comic, intelligent and insightful satire on duty, courage and heroism, Night Train (1959): Jerzy Kawalerowicz’s homage to Hitchcock.
Innocent Sorcerers (1960) is a provocative film by Andrzej Wajda about contemporary youth from a script co-written by Jerzy Skolimowski and finally Goodbye, See You Tomorrow (1960) is directors Janusz Morgenstern’s touching story of young love.
POLISH CINEMA CLASSICS: VOLUME II (15) POLAND £33.99
Features – Andrzej Wajda Promised Land (Ziemia obiecana, 1974), Krzysztof Zanussi – Illumination (Iluminacja, 1973),
Wojciech Marczewski – ESCAPE FROM ‘LIBERTY’ CINEMA (Ucieczka z kina ‘Wolnosc’, 1990).
In Polish with English subtitles
DVD available to buy – http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/russian-and-eastern-european-films-on-dvd