Martin Scorsese’s new film with Leonardo DiCaprio and the second part of the famous film “The Little Rose” in cinemas. And in the theatre, among others, Stanisław Vespiński based on Jan Klata in Gdańsk and Władysław Reymont in Remigius Brzek’s version in Kraków.
“Blood Moon Time”
It is scheduled to arrive in theaters on October 20 “Blood Moon” directed by Martin Scorsese. It is based on the non-fiction masterpiece and stars Leonardo DiCaprio.
WAB Publishing has reissued the Polish edition of the book “The Time of the Bloody Moon” by David Gran.
Members of the Osage tribe of Oklahoma were among the richest people in the world in the 1920s. Thanks to the discovery of oil deposits on their lands, they drove limousines, bought luxurious mansions and sent their children to schools in Europe. Suddenly they began to die mysteriously, one after another. When people trying to solve the mystery started dying, and there were already more than twenty victims, the newly created FBI took over the investigation, uncovering one of the darkest conspiracies in US history.
As we read in the WAB description, “David Grann looks back on this horrific case many years later, and discovers new details. His well-documented book is a nonfiction masterpiece, a compelling account of an investigation full of twists and turns that uncovered many secrets.”
“The Time of the Blood Moon: The Osage Killings and the Birth of the FBI” is a story of greed, racism, and crime that will read with bated breath. The cast of Martin Scorsese’s film includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Jesse Plemons. .
This is a story about choices – about how every choice has a cost This is what Magdalena Poczarska, who plays the main role in the film, says on RMF FM about the movie “Little Rose 2”, which will be released in cinemas on October 20. My heroine faces a Shakespearean choice. I really like that it’s not obvious. Sometimes her behavior can seem quite moody – it is very human and interesting from an acting point of view – adds the actress.
In 2010, the film “Little Rose” directed by Jan Kidawa-Blonsky won several awards, including the Golden Lions in Gdynia. The first part of the film is inspired by the story of the distinguished historian Professor Pawel Jasenica, who was reported by his wife to intelligence services.
Magdalena Poczarska plays Kamila Sakovich, known from the first part, and her daughter Joanna Warczyska in “Różyczka 2”. The film takes place in two time periods: the 1970s and today. That’s why Poczarska appeared on set in three make-up roles: as Kamila Sakovich in the 1970s and today, and as her daughter Joanna. The film also stars Robert Witkiewicz, Janusz Gagos, Pawel Malczyński, Marija Sieweren, and Mateusz Banasiuk.
“Edited” by WYSPIAŃSKI according to KLATA
On October 14, the first performance of the new grand opening of the Wybrzeże Theater in Gdańsk took place. It was also the world premiere of this historical drama in Gdansk, held on the 120th anniversary of its world premiere in Krakow. The Polish national masterpiece was created in the interpretation of one of the most famous Polish directors.
“A play about the need for national liberation understood as a spiritual shock that is supposed to free us from national vices, complexes and restrictions.” Wyspiański’s drama seems to be set only in the theater, but in fact it takes place in a much more important sphere – in the sphere of the sublime, but damned, Polish panopticum Also” – write the creators of the show on the theater’s website.
“CHOŁOPI” in LUDOWY
“Peasants”, directed by Władysław Reymont and directed by Remigiusz Brzyk, is scheduled to premiere on October 21 at the Ludowy Theater in Krakow. Through this performance, the creators encourage us to open a broad discussion about our identity.
“About a society in which good and bad feelings collide very intensely, and people love and hate each other in equal measure,” we read in the description of the play.
In this story, women come to the fore, not only Jagna, but also Giyuka, Hanka, Gagostynka, single mothers, seduced and exploited girls, who are expelled from the local community.
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