Roman Polanski's The Pianist

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The Pianist Analyst The Pianist directed by Roman Polanski is based on an autobiography book named The Pianist, which is based on the Holocaust survivor Wladyslaw Szpilman. A polish pianist is forced into the overcrowded Warsaw Ghetto when Warsaw becomes apart of the Nazi-controlled party. As the circumstances get worst for Wladyslaw and his family, they are soon transported to the extermination camp. Wladyslaw is saved and becomes a slave labor that manages to escape. As a Jew who has to manage to survive, Wladyslaw has to find a way to outlive his starvation, and the Nazi Germans. Even though Wladyslaw witness horrifying occurrences, without the help of others his survival would have been fatal. The first incident in which Wladyslaw was fortunate in being assisted was during the roundup to the extermination camps. Early in the film, a former friend of him asks him to join the Ghetto police in which they could…show more content…
Wladyslaw Szpilman survival throughout the war was fatal, but with the support of others he managed to survive. The ghetto officer prevented Wladyslaw Szpilman from dying in the concentration camps, as it was the unfortunate destiny for those who were transported to the camps. At the burden of being separated with his family, Wladyslaw Szpilman worked in a labor site, which he managed to escape with the help of a form acquaintance from the Warsaw ghetto. With the help of his non-Jewish friends, he managed to go into hiding in several locations. At the ending, he found himself struggling to live in the uninhibited Warsaw. Nazi general allow Wladyslaw Szpilman to continue hiding and supporting him with food supplies. Wladyslaw witness horrifying incidents throughout the film depict what his experience was and what he had to do in order to survive. He was fortune enough to find people who supported him, he was in fact
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