Blizna (The Scar) (1976)
Critic Reviews for Blizna (The Scar)
An eye-opening emphasis on the ramifications of Polish bureaucracy.
A polished political savvy drama about the days leading up to the Solidarity Movement in Gdansk, during the time of a bleak Poland under Communist rule.
Kieslowski said it was a film of contradiction, compromise and hypocrisy, and indeed, through the story of the rise and fall of a big rural factory, he pits community against government, environment against industry, and ambition against responsibility.
Portrait of a filmmaker in chrysalis, Kieslowski's feature film debut is uneven, but engaging.
Audience Reviews for Blizna (The Scar)
The Scar This film is from Kino Video, which is a leader in international films. This is a polish film with English subtitles, about a chemical factory being but up and how it effects the community, and one honest man tries to get it all right. Reminds me of current day wal-mart's littering the countryside. All in all the movie is a 3 star show.
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