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06-13-2003, 09:39 AM
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Anyone see the DVD movie: "The Pianist" ??? I believe that's the first time ever in movie making history, that a real city was destroyed...just so it could be used in a movie scene. The director's attention to detail was extraordinary. The last time I was personally in Warsaw,half the city was still in ruins,and of course this movie just brings it all back again.
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Anyone see the DVD movie: "The Pianist" ??? I believe that's the first time ever in movie making history, that a real city was destroyed...just so it could be used in a movie scene. The director's attention to detail was extraordinary. The last time I was personally in Warsaw,half the city was still in ruins,and of course this movie just brings it all back again.
It was a really really good movie, in fact my fovorite from last year, even over LOTR TTT, I saw it like 4 times in 3 months
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06-19-2003, 06:17 PM
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....makes me want to dust off my Chopin collections.
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06-30-2003, 02:40 PM
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I just saw this last night and this is by far the best movie I've ever seen. I also liked how the scrolling movie credits were superimposed onto the zoom-in shot of the pianist's hands as he played the piano solo (don't cut the end credits off this one)
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06-30-2003, 05:36 PM
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...wonder how "Schindler's List" would have turned out, had Polanski accepted Spielberg's offer and directed it.
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06-30-2003, 05:52 PM
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Hi all..

I'm a fan of Motzart and List among others of Classical pieces.. but how
was the music in this Movie ??

Armadaious (spelling) keeps me comming back for more (when they air
it on Satellite TV) I haven't ben able to find it on DVD yet. Anyways..

I was just curious about the Music and all, for a 2+ hour Moive.

I had it in my hands, but laid it back down last week. Maybe I'll pick it up
this week. Question.. did the DVD box say ..Digitally Mastered ?? ??

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07-01-2003, 12:00 AM
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...if you got a 5 channel home theatre system, it will blow you away,but it will do the same even without that
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10-13-2003, 11:46 PM
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Another hat in the ring.

Yes.. a masterpeice of a movie. Goes to show if the director is allowed artistic freedom, you dont need a "name" actor. (Just some good ones)
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I believe that's the first time ever in movie making history, that a real city was destroyed...just so it could be used in a movie scene.
Ah.... special effects this days

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The last time I was personally in Warsaw, half the city was still in ruins
When you was last in Warsaw In 1945
I'm looking over my window and see pretty new city, mostly post-communistic , but not half-destroyed
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@Hydeus

Now it's one of those occasions when I'd love that someone would have already invented an emoticon with scooby-doo's laughting.
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02-24-2004, 04:44 PM
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When you was last in Warsaw Question In 1945 Laughing
I'm looking over my window and see pretty new city, mostly post-communistic Sad , but not half-destroyed



thanks Hydeus
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02-24-2004, 05:36 PM
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Now it's one of those occasions when I'd love that someone would have already invented an emoticon with scooby-doo's laughting.
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