Roman Polanski : the cinema of a cultural traveller / Ewa Mazierska Mazierska, Ewa.

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Mazierska, Ewa.
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Polanski, Roman; Polanski, Roman, 1933-; Motion picture producers and directors - United States - Biography.
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Polanski is one of the most talented and distinguished of modern film makers. A well-informed cultural traveller, interested in the position of the outsider, he is hard to pigeonhole: he moves easily between mass audience and art-house tastes, between settings and genres; his films, including "Two Men and a Wardrobe", "Cul de Sac", "Rosemary's Baby", "The Pianist" and "Oliver Twist", represent diverse characters and cinematic influences. Like a magpie, he's interested in everything he encounters, but then easily discards his treasures and moves.
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