Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Frank Finlay, Maureen Lipman
Roman Polanski (Director), Ronald Harwood (Screenplay)
Release: Sep. 17th, 2002
Runtime: 2 hours, 30 minutes
The true story of pianist W?adys?aw Szpilman's experiences in Warsaw during the Nazi occupation. When the Jews of the city find themselves forced into a ghetto, Szpilman finds work playing in a café; and when his family is deported in 1942, he stays behind, works for a while as a laborer, and eventually goes into hiding in the ruins of the war-torn city.
When I was about 12 or so I saw a movie on TV about a man who spent his entire life on a large ship playing the grand piano. At that age, when I watched a movie, I wanted to see stuff blow up etc. but...
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This film is an experience everyone should have, the horrors of the war and the holocaust are nothing easy to view and this film doesn't side step the subject matter either.