Bristled with elements of satire, Andrezej Munk's films encapsulate the spirit of rebellion in postwar Poland. Through Sept. 10.
Considered one of the founders of the Polish Film School movement, Andrzej Munk's work encapsulates the spirit of rebellion in postwar Poland.
Munk’s penultimate film shows the director at his most simultaneously acerbic and controlled.
Munk’s international breakthrough film snaps from comedy to tragedy to deconstruct notions of Polish heroism in World War II.
Munk’s final, unfinished film takes as its focus the harrowing relationship between two women in a German concentration camp.