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masters_polish_cinema_iconMartin Scorsese Presents Masterpieces of Polish Cinema


  1. Monday, January 12, 2015 7:00 p.m.
Image from the film Eroica.
Andrzej Munk's Eroica, a heroic symphony in two parts and a masterpiece of the Polish Film School, puts a realist lens to the romantic idea of heroism. The film draws on its author's first-hand experience as a soldier in the September campaign against the invading German army in 1939. Imprisoned in a POW camp, Stawinski escaped, participated in the Warsaw Uprising, and upon its failure was returned to another POW camp. Eroica displays the futility of the armed struggle against both Germany and Russia, while exposing the idea of heroic suffering as preposterous. (2K DCP presentation)

Special thanks to The Film Foundation, Milestone Films, Jędrzej Sabliński, and Amy Heller.