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Pawel Pawlikowski
Cold War
[2018]
 
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Movie | Drama, History, Music, Romance | 1h 29min
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In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France.
Ida
[2013]
 
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Movie | Drama | 1h 22min
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Anna, a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland, is on the verge of taking her vows when she discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the German occupation.
My Summer of Love
[2004]
 
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Movie | Drama, Romance | 1h 26min
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In the Yorkshire countryside, working-class tomboy Mona meets the exotic, pampered Tamsin. Over the summer season, the two young women discover they have much to teach one another, and much to explore together.
The Woman in the Fifth
[2011]
 
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Movie | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | 1h 24min
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A college lecturer flees to Paris after a scandal costs him his job. In the City of Light, he meets a widow who might be involved in a series of murders.
Last Resort
[2000]
 
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Movie | Drama, Romance | 1h 13min
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When a young Russian woman and her son leave Moscow to meet her fiancé, who fails to show up, she declares political asylum.
The Stringer
[1998]
 
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Movie | Action, Drama, Romance | 1h 28min
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Vadik Chernyshov is an impoverished dreamer who spends his life drifting though Moscow with a video camera, hoping to shoot footage that will interest Western press agencies. He falls in love with the beautiful Helen, an English media executive, and subsequently they must contend with the barriers that their different backgrounds present.
Dostoevsky's Travels
[1991]
 
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Documentary | Documentary | 52min
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Serbian Epics
[1992]
 
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Documentary | Documentary, War | 50min
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In this documentary, set in Bosnia during the war, Pawlikowski steers clear of the usual cliches of war reporting. He takes on a more anthropological perspective relying not on commentary but on the power of images: a mass baptism before the final battle, the bizarre antics of the remaining members of the Karadjordje dynasty and the tribal chants of Serbian peasant/soldiers at the front line. The result... see more
Documentary | Documentary | 45min
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The film is about revisiting the locations of the world-famous Russian novel 'Moscow-Petushki' by Venedikt Yerofeyev. At the consecutive railway stations, passengers recall the writer who used to travel with them. The shocking image of drunken Russia is accompanied by quotes from the novel.
Tripping with Zhirinovsky
[1995]
 
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Documentary | Documentary | 45min
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A candid, fly-on-the-wall BBC television documentary portrait of Russian Nationalist politician, Vladimir Zhirinovsky. The film shows the leader on a cruise surrounded by two hundred supporters getting plenty of media attention in New York. We are left with the nagging question: to what extent is Zhirinovsky really dangerous? To take that further, to what extent are populist politicians truly dang... see more
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