As Polish reality and dreams turn westward, Polish cinema has found itself facing the same crisis as much of European cinema: inability to compete with the American entertainment industry. As the renowned film director Andrzej Wajda explained in a recent interview with Weronika Matfiejczuk, the kind of movies he makes do not speak to today’s […]

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