Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje) (1960)
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Critic Reviews for Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje)
If the film still has value, it lies in the compelling lead performances and the vivid portrait of a newly restless milieu.
The film serves as a fascinating document of Polish youth culture during the least repressive years of the communist era, as well as a rough draft for the freewheeling comedies Skolimowski would soon direct himself
Audience Reviews for Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje)
I'm hoping to find a Wajda film I like as much as Kanal, but this one isn't it. It's okay... slightly new wave, as if influenced by Breathless, but I believe it actually came out first. Most of it consists of one conversation between the two main characters, whose flippant tone with each other hides a deeper desire to connect. A nice movie, but not too fulfilling. Keep an eye out for young Roman Polanski.
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