The Pianist: UK/France/Germany/Poland/Netherlands (2002), directed by Roman Polanski. The film is based on the autobiography of Wladyslaw Szpilman (Adrien Brody), a concert pianist who managed, against the odds, to survive the Nazi-initiated Warsaw ghetto.
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Awesome Stories: The Pianist
Historical background of the film with links to primary sources.
BBC Films: The Pianist
Movie summary and review, cast and crew, and related links. Interviews with Adrien Brody and Maureen Lipman.
IMDb: The Pianist
Synopsis, cast and crew, and user comments.
Reel Faces - The Pianist
Explores the real people behind the film's story. Includes photographs, multimedia, and related links.
Rotten Tomatoes: The Pianist
Reviews, movie information, trailer, poster, photographs, news, articles, and forum.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Szpilman's Warsaw
Offers the history behind The Pianist, including historical film footage, interviews, and archive material.
BBC News: How Playing The Pianist Took its Toll
Article in which Adrien Brody reveals the physical and mental challenges involved in playing the lead role in Roman Polanski's award-winning film, The Pianist. (January 24, 2003)
Chicago Sun-Times - The Pianist
Roger Ebert reviews the film directed by Roman Polanski, written by Ronald Harwood. (January 03, 2003)
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