Ashes And Diamonds (Essential Art House)
The commanding, charismatic Zbigniew Cybulski (dubbed the Polish James Dean) explodes on screen as Maciek, a Polish soldier who on the last day of World War II is ordered to assassinate a Soviet leader who has arrived in town to establish a new government. Directed with stunning dexterity and inventiveness by the visionary Andrzej Wajda, Ashes and Diamonds was the ultimate film expression of Poland's postwar identity crisis and a vital work of a nation's emerging cinema.
|Title:||Ashes And Diamonds (Essential Art House)|
|Genre:||Drama-Indie & Arthouse Cinema, Foreign|
|Starring:||Eva Krzyewska, Waclaw Zastrezynski, Zbigniew Cybulski, Ewa Krzyzewska, Adam Pawlikowski, Waclaw Zastrzezynski, Bogumil Kobiela, Artur Mlodnicki|
|Attributes:||Black & White, Subtitled, Widescreen|
|Run Time:||103 minutes|