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The Pianist (2002) Review

The Pianist, the 2002 film by Roman Polanski tells a story of Wladyslaw Szpilman (portrayed by Adrien Brody), a Jewish pianist in Poland, in time of World War II. 890 more words

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The Obsession with Nazis and Third Reich; 11-Feb-2015

More than half a century later, we still talk about Hitler, Nazis, Third Reich, Auschwitz, and anti-Semitism much more than other dictators, other war-crimes, other genocides or other political philosophies. 169 more words

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Best Biopics that are Worth Your Time   

            Everyone loves a good fiction but you have to admit, any novel or film becomes more interesting when you realize that it’s based on a true story. 485 more words


Head of Synod on Family reacts angrily to lay input defending Church Doctrine, says doctrine has always evolved

One of the most glaring aspects of the ultra-clericalism that has been rampant in the Church since the last Council, is that many statements purporting to encourage lay input and involvement in the Church are suddenly forgotten when the laity don’t uphold the progressive-modernist line.   1,111 more words

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T -249: The Pianist's Returns and He's Spartacus!

[caption id="attachment_626" align="aligncenter" width="549"]The Pianist The Pianist[/caption] Tickling the ivories, and playing on the Faithful's nerves. For his repertoire on how he "plans to manipulate the Synod" and other favorites see here. ;-)

Reviews: The Pianist and Defiance

27 January is Holocaust Memorial Day. Colin Revolting reviews two films set during WW2 that chronicle Jewish resistance

Defiance (2009)

When the Nazis invade Belarus, three Jewish brothers escape into the woods and vow to resist.  247 more words


Movie of the week #4

The Pianist (2002)

Directed by Roman Polanski

Written by Ronald Harwood, Based on the novel by Wladyslaw Spzilman

Starring: Adrien Brody, Emilia Fox, Maureen Lipman, Michal Zebrowki, Frank Finlay &  Jessica Kate Meyer… 82 more words


The Pianist (2002)

Film reviews are subjective. I tend to rate films not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. 206 more words

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