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Chopin: Songs [Izykowska/Smitala] Blu-ray Review

Posted June 16th, 2014 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Chopin: Songs [Izykowska/Smitala] Blu-ray Review

A definitive performance of the complete Chopin songbook supported by beautiful cinematography and excellent audio recording from Lipinski

Gorecki: Third Symphony [Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra/Gorecki] Blu-ray Review

Posted April 23rd, 2014 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Gorecki: Third Symphony [Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra/Gorecki] Blu-ray Review

The Gorecki Symphony No.3 ranks as one of the greatest symphonies of the last half-century.

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Penderecki: Paths Through the Labyrinth Blu-ray Review

Posted March 30th, 2014 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Penderecki: Paths Through the Labyrinth Blu-ray Review

Paths Through the Labyrinth is a definitive musical biography of Poland’s greatest living composer, Krzysztof Penderecki

Three Colours: White [UK] Blu-ray Review

Posted December 19th, 2013 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Three Colours: White [UK] Blu-ray Review

Bittersweet revenge is served up cold in Krzystof Kieṡlowski’s White, the second film in his Three Colours Trilogy

Shoah [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

Posted July 15th, 2013 by Lawrence D. Devoe, MD

Shoah [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

Shoah, the Holocaust, is Claude Lanzmann’s epic rendering of the horror of the Nazi death camps, recalled by survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators. This nearly 10-hour set of four films took 11 years to complete and stands apart from any previous or subsequent efforts to tell the tragic story of man’s inhumanity to man.

In Darkness (2011) Blu-ray Review

Posted June 5th, 2012 by Brandon A. DuHamel

In Darkness (2011) Blu-ray Review

A brilliant and emotionally powerful film, In Darkness is one of the best films to date to tackle the subject of the holocaust.

Three Colours Trilogy (Blue/White/Red) [UK] Blu-ray Review

Posted December 26th, 2011 by Brandon A. DuHamel

Three Colours Trilogy (Blue/White/Red) [UK] Blu-ray Review

Krzystof Kieṡlowski’s intimate portrait of post-cold war Europe through the symbolism of the ideals of the French tri-color arrives in a beautiful high definition transfer from Artificial Eye.

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