Who is the director of The Pianist?

Who is the director of The Pianist?

Roman Polanski
The Pianist/Directors

Pianista / The Pianist, Great Britain, France, Germany, Poland, 2002. Directed by: Roman Polański. Screenplay: Ronald Harwood, based on a book by Władysław Szpilman. Cinematography: Paweł Edelman.

Is the pianist movie based on a true story?

The Pianist is based on a 1946 memoir of Szpilman by the writer Jerzy Waldorff, who first met the musician and composer in 1938.

What does the German officer say in the pianist?

At the end of the film are the words: “All that is known is that he died in a Soviet prisoner-of-war camp in 1952.”

Who is the director of the pianist movie?

Roman Polanski has proved that he is a great director with films like Chinatown and Rosemary’s Baby but this is his crowning achievement. I think the fact that this won the awards that it did at this years Oscars goes a long way to validate the brilliance of this film.

Who was the Best Actor in the pianist?

Roman Polanski’s “The Pianist” is the director’s finest achievement, and elevates Adrien Brody (Oscar win for Best Actor 2002) to eminence in his representation of Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew who survived the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. May 26, 2009 | Rating: A+ | Full Review…

What kind of movie was the pianist by Roman Polanski?

In 2001, Polanski filmed The Pianist, an adaptation of the World War II autobiography of the same name by Polish-Jewish musician Władysław Szpilman. Szpilman’s experiences as a persecuted Jew in Poland during World War II were reminiscent of those of Polanski and his family.

Is the pianist by Adrien Brody a good movie?

The Pianist is a beautiful and extremely dark tale about a man and the struggle to survive. The ending is so powerful and moving to know that sometimes one man can make a difference in a crowd of so many and I’m not talking about Adrien Brody’s character. You’ll see what I mean. 339 out of 386 found this helpful. Was this review helpful?