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Polanski tried getting closer to his father to ask him what was happening, and managed to get within a few yards. His father saw him, but afraid his son might be spotted by the German soldiers, whispered in Polish , "Get lost!
His efforts to blend into a Catholic household failed miserably at least once, when the parish priest visiting the family posed questions to him one-on-one about the catechism , and ultimately said, "You aren't one of us".
As he roamed the countryside trying to survive in a Poland now occupied by German troops, he witnessed many horrors, such as being "forced to take part in a cruel and sadistic game in which German soldiers took shots at him for target practice.
By the time the war ended in , a fifth of the Polish population had been killed,  with the vast majority of the victims being civilians.
Polanski recalls the villages and families he lived with as relatively primitive by European standards:.
They were really simple Catholic peasants. This Polish village was like the English village in Tess. Very primitive. No electricity. The kids with whom I lived didn't know about electricity He stated that "you must live in a Communist country to really understand how bad it can be.
Then you will appreciate capitalism. Polanski's fascination with cinema began very early, when he was around age four or five.
He recalls this period in an interview:. Even as a child, I always loved cinema and was thrilled when my parents would take me before the war.
And there was one particular corner where you could see the screen through the barbed wire. I remember watching with fascination, although all they were showing was the German army and German tanks, with occasional anti-Jewish slogans inserted on cards.
After the war, he watched films, either at school or at a local cinema, using whatever pocket money he had.
Polanski writes, "Most of this went on the movies, but movie seats were dirt cheap, so a little went a long way.
I lapped up every kind of film. Movies were becoming an absolute obsession with me. I was enthralled by everything connected with the cinema—not just the movies themselves but the aura that surrounded them.
I loved the luminous rectangle of the screen, the sight of the beam slicing through the darkness from the projection booth, the miraculous synchronization of sound and vision, even the dusty smell of the tip-up seats.
More than anything else though, I was fascinated by the actual mechanics of the process. He was above all influenced by Sir Carol Reed 's Odd Man Out - "I still consider it as one of the best movies I've ever seen and a film which made me want to pursue this career more than anything else I always dreamt of doing things of this sort or that style.
To a certain extent I must say that I somehow perpetuate the ideas of that movie in what I do. Polanski's directorial debut was also in with a short film Rower Bicycle.
Rower is a semi-autobiographical feature film, believed to be lost, which also starred Polanski. In real life, the offender was arrested while fleeing after fracturing Polanski's skull, and executed for three murders, out of eight prior such assaults which he had committed.
He graduated in Polanski's first feature-length film, Knife in the Water , was also one of the first significant Polish films after the Second World War that did not have a war theme.
Scripted by Jerzy Skolimowski , Jakub Goldberg , and Polanski,  Knife in the Water is about a wealthy, unhappily married couple who decide to take a mysterious hitchhiker with them on a weekend boating excursion.
Knife in the Water was a major commercial success in the West and gave Polanski an international reputation. Leon Niemczyk , who played Andrzej, was the only professional actor in the film.
Jolanta Umecka, who played Krystyna, was discovered by Polanski at a swimming pool. Polanski left then-communist Poland and moved to France, where he had already made two notable short films in The Fat and the Lean and Mammals.
He has since had the segment removed from all releases of the film. Repulsion is a psychological horror film focusing on a young Belgian woman named Carol Catherine Deneuve.
Cul-de-sac is a bleak nihilist tragicomedy filmed on location in Northumberland. The Fearless Vampire Killers known by its original title, "Dance of the Vampires" in most countries outside the United States is a parody of vampire films.
The plot concerns a buffoonish professor and his clumsy assistant, Alfred played by Polanski , who are traveling through Transylvania in search of vampires.
The Fearless Vampire Killers was Polanski's first feature to be photographed in color with the use of Panavision lenses, and included a striking visual style with snow-covered, fairy-tale landscapes, similar to the work of Soviet fantasy filmmakers.
In addition, the richly textured color schemes of the settings evoke the paintings of the Belarusian-Jewish artist Marc Chagall , who provides the namesake for the innkeeper in the film.
Polanski met Sharon Tate while making the film; she played the role of the local innkeeper's daughter. They were married in London on 20 January Paramount studio head Robert Evans brought Polanski to America ostensibly to direct the film Downhill Racer , but told Polanski that he really wanted him to read the horror novel Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin  to see if a film could be made out of it.
He wrote the page screenplay in slightly longer than three weeks. The film, a horror-thriller set in trendy Manhattan, is about Rosemary Woodhouse Mia Farrow ,  a young housewife who is impregnated by the devil.
Polanski's screenplay adaptation earned him a second Academy Award nomination. On 9 August , while Polanski was working in London, his wife, Sharon Tate, and four other people were murdered at the Polanskis' residence in Los Angeles by cult leader Charles Manson 's followers.
Polanski adapted Macbeth into a screenplay with the Shakespeare expert Kenneth Tynan. The film is a rambling shaggy dog story about the sexual indignities that befall a winsome young American hippie woman hitchhiking through Europe.
Polanski returned to Hollywood in to direct Chinatown for Paramount Pictures. The film is widely considered to be one of the finest American mystery crime movies, inspired by the real-life California Water Wars , a series of disputes over southern California water at the beginning of the 20th century.
Robert Towne won for Best Original Screenplay. In , the film was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" and it is frequently listed as among the best in world cinema.
Polanski returned to Paris for his next film, The Tenant , which was based on a novel by Roland Topor , a French writer of Polish-Jewish origin. In addition to directing the film, Polanski also played a leading role of a timid Polish immigrant living in Paris.
Together with Repulsion and Rosemary's Baby , The Tenant can be seen as the third installment in a loose trilogy of films called the "Apartment Trilogy" that explore the themes of social alienation and psychic and emotional breakdown.
In , Polanski became a fugitive from American justice and could no longer work in countries where he might face arrest or extradition.
He dedicated his next film, Tess , to the memory of his late wife, Sharon Tate. It was Tate who first suggested he read Tess of the d'Urbervilles , which she thought would make a good film; he subsequently expected her to star in it.
He offered her the starring role, which she accepted. Her father was Klaus Kinski , a leading German actor, who had introduced her to films.
Because the role required having a local dialect, Polanski sent her to London for five months of study and to spend time in the Dorset countryside to get a flavor of the region.
Nastassja Kinski . Tess was shot in the north of France instead of Hardy's England and became the most expensive film made in France up to that time.
Ultimately, it proved a financial success and was well received by both critics and the public. The film received three Oscars: best cinematography, best art direction, best costume design, and was nominated for best picture.
At the time, there were rumors that Polanski and Kinski became romantically involved, which he confirmed in a interview with Diane Sawyer ,  but she says the rumors are untrue; they were never lovers or had an affair.
There could have been a seduction, but there was not. He had respect for me. He introduced me to beautiful books, plays, movies.
He educated me. In , Polanski directed and co-starred as Mozart in a stage production of Peter Shaffer 's play Amadeus , first in Warsaw, then in Paris.
Nearly seven years passed before Polanski's next film, Pirates , a lavish period piece starring Walter Matthau as Captain Red, which the director intended as an homage to the beloved Errol Flynn swashbucklers of his childhood.
The film is about a rebellion the two led on a ship called the Neptune , in the seventeenth century. The film was shot on location in Tunisia,  using a full-sized pirate vessel constructed for the production.
It was a financial and critical failure, recovering a small fraction of its production budget and garnering a single Academy Award nomination.
The film follows an ordinary tourist in Paris whose wife is kidnapped. He attempts, hopelessly, to go through the Byzantine bureaucratic channels to deal with her disappearance, but finally takes matters into his own hands.
In Polanski followed with the dark psycho-sexual film Bitter Moon. In Polanski directed a film of the acclaimed play Death and the Maiden.
In , Polanski directed a stage version of his film The Fearless Vampire Killers , which debuted in Vienna  followed by successful runs in Stuttgart , Hamburg, Berlin, and Budapest.
The movie's plot is based on the idea that an ancient text called "The Nine Gates of the Kingdom of Shadows", authored by Aristide Torchia along with Lucifer, is the key to raising Satan.
While Szpilman and Polanski escaped the concentration camps , their families did not, eventually perishing. When Warsaw, Poland , was chosen for the premiere of The Pianist , "the country exploded with pride.
Because Polanski would have been arrested in the United States, he did not attend the Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood.
After the announcement of the Best Director Award, Polanski received a standing ovation from most of those present in the theater. Actor Harrison Ford accepted the award for Polanski, and then presented the Oscar to him at the Deauville Film Festival five months later in a public ceremony.
The Ghost Writer , a thriller focusing on a ghostwriter working on the memoirs of a character based loosely on former British prime minister Tony Blair , swept the European Film Awards in , winning six awards, including best movie, director, actor and screenplay.
The film is based on a novel by British writer Robert Harris. Harris and Polanski had previously worked for many months on a film of Harris's earlier novel Pompeii , a novel that was actually inspired by Polanski's Chinatown.
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The facilities were undamaged. Four bombs exploded in front of an outhouse, however, injuring fifteen employees. In nearby homes, people standing by windows were said to have been killed by splinters.
About three bombs fell into the coal stockpile of the power plant and were later defused. The November bombing was probably unintentional.
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All the casualties were civilians and not one of the city's factories, which might have been of use to the Wehrmacht , were damaged.
Some of Prague's famous modern buildings, such as the Dancing House or the Emauzy church, were constructed in locations where bombs had destroyed previously existing buildings.
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