Quickie: Roman Polanski’s The Pianist (2002)

Roman Polanski’s, The Pianist, is a dynamically momentous true-story narrative about, Wladyslaw Szpilman, a man with a sensational musical forte persisting his way through times of loss, resentment, treachery, and deprivation. The intuition seized within this film is able to make its few, meager moments of glamour shine endlessly into its viewers’ minds. 

All though, it doesn’t stray too abnormally from the routine tale-tale of the maltreatment appointed upon Jews during World War II, it’s dearly crafted enough to keep its audience absolutely flabbergasted by its validly played-out, dysfunctional scenarios. And admittedly, Holocaust stories—specifically stupendous ones like these—have enough cogency to rile me up in tears.

Verdict: A-

Best. On. Screen. Piano. Solo. Ever.

“The Pianist” is now available to rent and buy on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, and Netflix.

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