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Ryszard Bugajski est un Réalisateur et Ecrivain Polonais né le 27 avril 1943 à Varsovie (Pologne)

Ryszard Bugajski

Ryszard Bugajski
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Nationalité Pologne
Naissance 27 avril 1943 à Varsovie (Pologne)
Mort 7 juin 2019 (à 76 ans)
Récompenses Médaille du Mérite culturel polonais Gloria Artis

Ryszard Bugajski est un réalisateur polonais né le 27 avril 1943 à Varsovie.

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Filmographie de Ryszard Bugajski (3 films)

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Réalisateur

La Vengeance du loup, 1h40
Réalisé par Ryszard Bugajski
Origine Canada
Genres Drame, Thriller, Western
Thèmes L'environnement, Documentaire sur l'environnement, Documentaire sur la nature
Acteurs Graham Greene, Tom Jackson, John Boylan, Phil Harris, Michael Hogan, Rebecca Jenkins
Note70% 3.5402953.5402953.5402953.5402953.540295
Un Indien enlève un avocat et un industriel du papier pour défendre les intérêts de son peuple.
L'Interrogatoire, 1h58
Réalisé par Ryszard Bugajski
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Thriller
Thèmes Politique, La prison, Sexualité, Erotique, Sexploitation, Politique, Prison pour femmes
Acteurs Krystyna Janda, Adam Ferency, Janusz Gajos, Agnieszka Holland, Anna Romantowska, Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Note80% 4.040714.040714.040714.040714.04071
Tonia (Krystyna Janda) is a cabaret singer in post-World War II Poland towards the end of the life of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. After she performs for soldiers, she is arrested without being told why, and placed in a political military prison to be interrogated. Over a course of some years, she is humiliated and tortured by prison officials into confessing to crimes she did not commit. After failing to sign a document detailing a false confession, she is taken to the prison shower block and locked into a small cage between the floors. The water is turned on and the room is slowly flooded. She is released at the last moment and told to sign the confession form again, which she continues to refuse to do. While in prison, she demands that she sees her husband. One day he visits the prison, but is told by the officials of her alleged infidelities prior to her arrest, and he tells her that he doesn't want to see her again. She unsuccessfully attempts suicide. She develops a romantic relationship with an officer, one of the interrogating prison officials, whom she tells of the absurdity of the system he believes in. She becomes pregnant by him and, like other female inmates, is forced to give up her child for adoption, before eventually being released and reunited with her child. The officer secures her release and her ability to reclaim their child and then commits suicide.

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L'Interrogatoire, 1h58
Réalisé par Ryszard Bugajski
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Thriller
Thèmes Politique, La prison, Sexualité, Erotique, Sexploitation, Politique, Prison pour femmes
Acteurs Krystyna Janda, Adam Ferency, Janusz Gajos, Agnieszka Holland, Anna Romantowska, Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Rôle Ecrivain
Note80% 4.040714.040714.040714.040714.04071
Tonia (Krystyna Janda) is a cabaret singer in post-World War II Poland towards the end of the life of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. After she performs for soldiers, she is arrested without being told why, and placed in a political military prison to be interrogated. Over a course of some years, she is humiliated and tortured by prison officials into confessing to crimes she did not commit. After failing to sign a document detailing a false confession, she is taken to the prison shower block and locked into a small cage between the floors. The water is turned on and the room is slowly flooded. She is released at the last moment and told to sign the confession form again, which she continues to refuse to do. While in prison, she demands that she sees her husband. One day he visits the prison, but is told by the officials of her alleged infidelities prior to her arrest, and he tells her that he doesn't want to see her again. She unsuccessfully attempts suicide. She develops a romantic relationship with an officer, one of the interrogating prison officials, whom she tells of the absurdity of the system he believes in. She becomes pregnant by him and, like other female inmates, is forced to give up her child for adoption, before eventually being released and reunited with her child. The officer secures her release and her ability to reclaim their child and then commits suicide.