The Pianist Tamil Dubbed TamilRockers is an Biography drama of the Second World War film produced and directed by Roman Polanski, The screenplay is written by Ronald Harwood with Adrien Brody. This is based on the autobiography of the pianist, the genocide of Władysław Szpilman, a Polish-Jewish pianist and a survivor of the Holocaust.
The Pianist IMDb Rating : 8.5
Wladyslaw Szpilman, a brilliant Polish Jewish pianist, escaped deportation. He had to live in the heart of the Warsaw Ghetto and share the pain, the humiliation and the struggle. He managed to escape and hide from the ruins of the capital. A German officer came to help him and help him survive.
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Adjustment, II It is based on the autobiography of the famous Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman, who describes his survival during the Second World War and barely escaped from the collection camps of his family. As a composer and pianist, Szpilman played the latest live music, listening to Polish radio before attacking the Nazi artillery.
The Palme d’Or (best film) by Roman Polanski, one of the world’s most visionary filmmakers at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2002, was awarded. This film is the personal expression of Polanski, who has waited thirty years to prove that the triumph of the human soul relates to the changing power of art.
In September 1939 the Polish-Jewish pianist Władysław Szpilman broadcast the bombing of the radio station in Poland live on the radio in Warsaw during the National Socialist occupation in Germany. Hoping for a quick victory, Szpilman and his family were happy to return home, knowing that Britain and France had declared war on Germany.
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Jews in the city had to leave their property and move to the Warsaw Ghetto. Shots in the shade taken on a brick wall to join him. Jewish police forces established to implement National Socialist rules and Szpilman given a place above. He refused, but a close friend who helped save his life by moving him from the train to the extermination camp.
“The Pianist” is the best drama I have ever seen in the Holocaust experience, a powerful statement about war, inhumanity and the liberation of art that can express the artistic salvation of Polanski. After dozens of sensational celebrities and naughty images, this a masterpiece that the Palme d’Or won at the Cannes film festival and this year should ranked first among Oscar’s legitimate competitors.