As the Nazis lay the groundwork for the Final Solution, concert pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew, evades imprisonment in the Warsaw ghetto and begins a precarious existence on the increasingly war-ravaged streets of Poland.
Despite Polanski’s credentials, this is a slow-paced, monotonous experience devoid of dramatic tension and emotional contours.
Reviewed by Ian Freer
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