In Roman Polanski's The Pianist, Wladyslaw Szpilman's life is depicted as one of courage, strength and survival. During the German occupation of Warsaw, Szpilman escapes from being deported to the when a polish officer pulls him off the line leading to the trains leading to the concentration camps. This meant leaving his family to never see them again, constantly hiding from SS officers, and the biggest struggle of all overcoming starvation.
In efforts to annihilate Jews in Warsaw, jobs were taken away and to fight for food was the only means of survival. The issue of hung…
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