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2017 | 20 | 29 |
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How in Czechoslovakia films by Munk and Wajda were conceived – or films in the context of tangled history

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Films of Polish Film School, the most significant formation in post-war history of Polish cinema, appeared in Czechoslovakia with several years of delay. Power feared that their message will be dangerous for spectators. Meanwhile – for viewers, they remain unknown or difficult to understand and only a few critics and film historians could read them in accordance with the intentions of the directors Andrzej Munk and Andrzej Wajda, being the main representatives of the stream.
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How in Czechoslovakia films by Munk and Wajda were conceived – or films in the context of tangled historyFilms of Polish Film School, the most signifi cant formation in post-war history of Polish cinema,appeared in Czechoslovakia with several years of delay. Power feared that their message will be dangerous for spectators. Meanwhile – for viewers they remain unknown or diffi cult to understand and only a few critics and fi lm historians could read them in accordance with the intentions of the directors Andrzej Munk and Andrzej Wajda, being the main representatives of the stream.
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20
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29
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published
2017
online
2017-08-17
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_i_2017_29_13
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