|Writers||Aleksander Scibor-Rylski (screenplay)
Aleksander Scibor-Rylski (stories)
|Cast||Zygmunt Kestowicz Adolf Chronicki Emil Karewicz Ignacy Machowski Tadeusz Jurasz Boleslaw Plotnicki Bohdan Ejmont Marian Lacz Zdzislaw Szymanski Halina Przybylska Antoni Jurasz Wieslaw Golas Barbara Polomska Stanislaw Mikulski Roman Klosowski Witold Pyrkosz Zygmunt Zintel Janusz Strachocki Zbigniew Skowronski Jarema Stepowski|
|Awards||1956 Cannes Film Festival|
|Plot||... see Cien on IMDb|
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|Master filmmaker Jerzy Kawalerowicz (Mother Joan of the Angels; Night Train; Quo Vadis) directed this controversial tale of intrigue, spies, and conspiracy back in an era when Poland and Eastern Europe was awash in secret agents and hidden enemies. |
A Rashomon-like tale heavy in atmosphere, SHADOW follows the investigation of a man found dead after being hurled from a train. As security agents, police detectives, and the coroner attempt to piece together his identity, three possible accounts of his life and death emerge.
Attacked by critics and authorities for its depiction of suspicious officials and a repressive government, SHADOW truly captures what it was like to live behind the Iron Curtain back in the day.
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