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Great Polish Director Andrzej Wajda Dies At 90

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Wajda's father was murdered by the Soviets in 1940 in what came to be known as the Katyn massacre. In 2007 he directed a film about the killings.
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Though physically frail, Wajda worked until the end of his life. Using a walking aid, he appeared at last month’s Film Festival in Gdynia, for the premiere of his latest film “Afterimage,” based on the life of Polish avant-garde artist Wladyslaw Strzeminski who was persecuted for refusing to follow the communist party line during the Stalinist era,
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The best of Poland.....and the world of cinema....up there with the greatest.....
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Amazing man; saw so many of his films.
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Rest in peace.
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His film Katyn is the best movie I've ever seen. No doubt.
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I studied his technique in a film course. He is considered one of the best Polish directors.
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Wajda, who lived until he was 90, working constantly almost up to his death earlier this month, was not only a politically inventive director in even the darkest periods of Communist rule in his native Poland, he was also a true master of the art of cinema.
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Wajda's father was murdered by the Soviets in 1940 in what came to be known as the Katyn massacre. In 2007 he directed a film about the killings.
I saw this movie. It was a powerful depiction of the horrendous acts of the Soviets.
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