Third Wave of Polish Cinema? The History of a Few Terms
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The term 'third Polish cinema' was coined by film critics of the late 1960s in a bid to link by a hot slogan the work of debuting directors of the generation of the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. From historical and cinematic perspectives, the criteria the critics were guided by lost clarity and led to many misunderstandings. In her article, the authoress traces the history of the term and the way in which it was characterised by the term inventors, the directors included in the category and film critics and historians who tried to find their points of similarity.
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