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The Pianist

Ever since I was able to watch the 75th Annual Academy Awards or Oscars on Studio 23 I really got interested with this movie. The Pianist had received a lot of nominations from Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Editing and Best Picture with major wins on Best Director, Best Writing - Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor in Leading Role categories. I was thinking this must be a really good movie if that's the case.



So I watched it but only few weeks ago. Imagine it was first shown on the year 2003 and now its 2008. Hehehehee...Jaahh..nevermind as long as I have able to see it - time has never been an issue to me when it comes to movies. I even prefer watching a movie in the big screen on its 3rd week or a week before it will have its change picture. I got a lot of reasons for that.

Ooopppsss, here I am again..starting to deviate the topic. Pardon me for that. Anyway, the Pianist is "A Masterpiece". I absolutely love it. I am damn impressed with the story of Wladyslaw Szpilman. I even like it more than the Cast Away not only because it is a real life story but for the fact that you can get many lessons from it. One best example is helping an enemy. See? Who would expect that? I know, most people want to crucify their enemies especially when they have done a lot of bad things to you. Like stabbing you at your back and more. But in this movie, Wladyslaw Szpilman (Adrien Brody) experienced more than that. His whole family died, he sees people died because of hunger and being murdered or killed.

But he never loses hope. There is a rainbow at the end of the tunnel as it has always been said. And he found a friend in the world of enemies. I am just sad he never got the chance to repay what Captain Wilm Hosenfeld (Thomas Kretschmann) has done for him. But I know deep in his heart, he is so grateful and have always been wishing he could meet him again and repay him.

This is a must-see movie guys!

Photo taken from the What Culture Website

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