the pinist - Christine Cifelli March 29, 2007 Period 7 The...

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Christine Cifelli March 29, 2007 Period 7 The Pianist The Pianist, which was made by Roman Polanski, was made in 2002 to portray the horrifying period during the Nazi occupation of Poland in the 1940s. As a young boy, Roman Polanski survived this time period, and it was only a matter of time before he made a film to retell his emotional experience. Adrien Brody stars as Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Jewish composer and pianist who plays for a Polish radio station. The film was directed and produced by Roman Polanski and written by Ronald Harwood. Polanski won best director in 2002 at the European Film Awards for his work in the film. The film also received four Oscar nominations. The message of the film was a powerful and impacting one. It displayed the hardships during that time period and exposed both the reality and tragedies of the war. The digital effects of the film displayed the city in a totally different way; making the city seem uninhabitable to any human life. Also, Adrien Brody was a great actor and played
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