Andrzej Żuławski (Polish: [ˈandʐɛj ʐuˈwafskʲi]; 22 November 1940 – 17 February 2016) was a Polish film director and writer. He was born in Lviv, Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine). Żuławski often went against mainstream commercialism in his films, and enjoyed success mostly with European art-house audiences.
Born in Lvov, Ukraine in 1940, Polish director Andrzej Zulawski moved to Poland with his father as a child. He was a student of cinema in France in the 1950s, and worked as an assistant to famed ...
Andrzej Żuławski (Polish: [ˈandʐɛj ʐuˈwafskʲi]; 22 November 1940 – 17 February 2016) was a Polish movie director and writer. He was born in Lwów, Poland (now Ukraine). In the late 1950s, he studied filmmaking in France. His second movie The Devil (1972) was banned in Poland, and
Andrzej Żuławski left his native Poland for France in 1972 to avoid Polish government censorship. After Żuławski's critical success with the 1975 film L'important c'est d'aimer , the Polish authorities in charge of cultural affairs reevaluated their assessment of him.
Andrzej Żuławski's films include Possession, That Most Important Thing: Love, On the Silver Globe, The Devil
Andrzej Żuławski (poloneză: [ˈandʐɛj ʐuˈwafskʲi]; n. 22 noiembrie 1940, Lvov, URSS – d. 17 februarie 2016, Varșovia, Polonia) a fost un regizor de film, scenarist și scriitor (romancier) polonez. S-a născut la Lviv, Republica Sovietică Socialistă Ucraineană (acum Ucraina).
It’s common for viewers first coming to the work of the late Polish director Andrzej Żuławski to find it both wildly undisciplined and inspired. His films seem lost in their own making, with scenes...
- Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
Oct 28, 1983 · Directed by Andrzej Zulawski. With Isabelle Adjani, Sam Neill, Margit Carstensen, Heinz Bennent. A woman starts exhibiting increasingly disturbing behavior after asking her husband for a divorce. Suspicions of infidelity soon give way to something much more sinister.
A non-conformist director, screenwriter, novelist, essayist, his approach to storytelling is idiosyncratic and characterised by explosions of violence, sexuality, and despair. His visions are influenced by his experiences in wartime and communist Poland and his French education.
Going up up and away into spiritual voids, clamoring against love and all that it stands for but not what it instills in us; Andrzej Zulawski rips cinema in half, slices its innards, and puts it all on a scale to measure.
- Andrzej Żuławski
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