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ROMAN POLANSKI: A FILM MEMOIR

by Laurent Bouzereau

synopsis

The documentary tells the extraordinary story of Roman Polanski’s life, beginning with his childhood in the Cracow ghetto, his first films in Poland, the move to Paris, his career in Europe and America, crowned with an Oscar for The Pianist, the tragedy of the murder of his pregnant wife Sharon Tate in Los Angeles, the controversy surrounding his arrest in 1977, through to his work and life today in France with his wife Emmanuelle Seigner. The conversations were recorded during Roman Polanski's stay in his home in Gstaad where he was under house arrest for several months after he was apprehended on his way to the Zurich Film Festival in 2009. The conversations are illustrated with excerpts from Polanski’s films, news footage, press clippings, private and exclusive photos, and documents chronicling the filmmaker’s extraordinary life.

original title: Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir
country: United Kingdom, Italy, Germany
sales agent: HanWay Films
year: 2011
genre: documentary
directed by: Laurent Bouzereau
film run: 94'
release date: IT 18/05/2012, PL 18/05/2012
cinematography by: Paweł Edelman
film editing: Jeff Pickett
music: Alexandre Desplat
producer: Timothy Burrill, Henning Molfenter, Christoph Fisser, Luca Barbareschi, Charlie Woebcken, Andrew Berg
production: Anagram Films Ltd., Casanova Multimedia, Studio Babelsberg
distributor: Lucky Red, Film Point Group, Pathé Distribution
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