Dir. Paweł Pawlikowski, Poland France, United Kingdom, 2018, 85 mins
From the director of ‘Ida’, this near-mythic romantic saga follows the union and break-up (and union and break-up again and again) of Wiktor and Zula, a classically gorgeous couple from the opposite sides of the tracks. They first meet deep in the dilapidated countryside of the post-World War II Poland. Exchanging suggestive glances they embark on a stormy affair that disastrously evolves over two isolating decades and numerous unsympathetic locales across Europe.
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