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Name:Knife In The Water (Roman Polanski, 1962) (Dual) [RePoPo]

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Knife In The Water (Roman Polanski, 1962)
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General Information
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File Validation......: SFV
Container File.......: Matroska
Video Format.........: H.263
Video Bitrate........: 1684
Audio Format.........: AC3 192kb/s
Audio Languages......: Polish 2.0/Spanish 2.0
Subtitles Enclosed...: English, Spanish
Resolution...........: 720x512
Aspect Ratio.........: 1.33:1 (aprox)
Color................: 24 bit
FPS..................: 25.000
Source...............: DVD 4:3
Duration.............: 01:30:19
Original Format......: PAL
Genre................: Drama
IMDb Rating..........: 7.6
IMDB.................: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056291/
Filmaffinity.........: http://www.filmaffinity.com/en/film250673.html

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ORIGINAL TITLE:N¾z w wodzie
YEAR:1962
RUNNING TIME:94 min.
COUNTRY: Poland
DIRECTOR:Roman Polanski
SCREENWRITER:Roman Polanski & Jerzy Skolimowski
COMPOSER:Christopher Komeda (AKA Krysztof T. Komeda)
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Jerzy Lipman (B&W)
CAST:Leon Niemczyk, Jolanta Umecka, Zygmunt Malanowicz
STUDIO/PRODUCER: Kamera-Film
GENRE: Drama


Synopsis:

An attractive young woman, Christine, takes the wheel of a car belonging to her
partner Andrzej, a sports columnist. While he criticizes her driving skills, a
reckless student leaps out in front of the car. Andrzej gives the student a ride
and invites him to accompany them on their yacht trip. Attracted to Christine,
the student becomes increasingly clumsy. He spends his time jabbing the point of
a pocket knife rapidly between the fingers of his other hand. Andrzek argues
with the student, who topples overboard, vanishing into the lake. Andrzej dives
in to save him, though he fails to find the student and swims ashore. Despite an
earlier claim that he couldn't swim, the student manages to hide behind the
nearest buoy. Written by alfiehitchie


Trivia:

* Roman Polanski had intended to take on the role of the young hitchhiker
himself, but Jerzy Bossak, head of the Polish film unit KAMERA (under whose
auspices the film was made), turned him down because he didn't consider the
director attractive enough. The character's voice, however, is Polanski's, who
later dubbed the part over. Zygmunt Malanowicz had a strong, developed, bass
voice, which was quite inappropriate for the character.

* Co-screenwriter Jerzy Skolimowski also was interested in playing the young
hitchhiker's part.

* Initially, Polanski wanted to make a criminal story about a couple which
takes a young hitchhiker to a boat trip, and at the end the boy dies in
mysterious circumstances. In his version the trip was about a week long a
involved some other characters. It was Jerzy Skolimowski who proposed to shorten
it to one day and limit the number of characters. The final script was created
in only three, four days by Polanski, Skolimowski and Jakub Goldberg in
Polanski's apartment. While writing the script they were playing the dialogue,
changing the roles all the time.

* The boat used in the movie is rumored to be a former property of Hermann
Goering, the Nazi party member and a friend of Adolf Hitler, who used to spend
summer holidays in the palace in Sztynort neighboring the filming locations.
Sunk during World War II in the Mazurian Lakes, it was restored and is -- up to
present date -- owned by Almatur Travel Agency located in Gizycko, Poland, very
popular in Polish showbiz-related circles. The real name of the boat is "Rekin"
("The Shark").

* During one of top mast shots, the cameramen Jerzy Lipman was tied to the
mast and hold a camera. Although the wind was not strong, the mast swung and the
camera was heavy, so it was very difficult to take a good shot. All the time the
director Roman Polanski was very excited about the shot and kept asking how it
was going. Lipman got very angry and said "Fuck! It is fucking beautiful!"
and... dropped the camera to the water. He had forgotten to attach it with the
safety cable. The Arriflex camera couldn't be found by the divers and still lies
somewhere in the lake.

* The first scene in the film shows Andrzej and Krystyna driving a car. As
shooting from the platform in front of the car was not yet available, the crew
was tied to the car, standing on its mask. To get the proper light effects, they
held a blanket with a small hole for the camera. Leon Niemczyk (Andrzej) was
really driving this car quite fast (this was crucial to this scene), but he
couldn't see anything. He drove the car using the tops of the trees to imagine
where the road is.

* After the movie became known in US, Polanski was given a proposal to
remake the film in English with some known Hollywood actors (rumors talk about
Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor), but he turned it down as he didn't want to
"repeat himself".

* The couple's car, seen in the opening and closing sequences, was initially
supposed to be a Mercedes, but this was replaced with a Peugeot during filming
to avoid political controversy. (The more expensive car was perceived as an icon
of Western luxury and decadence). During the shots, a prominent party member
arrived at the plan in the newest model of Mercedes. He was invited by the whole
crew with peals of laughter.

* Forms part of a loose trilogy of films based around a psychological
mÚnage-Ó-trois with _Cul-de-Sac (1966)_ and Death and the Maiden (1994). All
three films feature a couple who's lives are turned upside down by an outside
character.

* The first Polish film to be nominated for a Foreign Language Oscar.

* This was Roman Polanski's directorial debut, and the only film he ever
made in his native Poland. Shortly after the film was released, Polanski
emigrated to France (then to England, and then to the US), where he established
his international fame.

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My releases so far... personal rips from original DVDs, looking for quality.
Whenever there's an AC3 file, there's 99% possibilities this is the directly
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If there's demand (and if it's possible) I can upload seperate audio tracks for
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Personal Info
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My releases so far... personal rips from original DVDs, looking for quality.
Whenever there's an AC3 file, there's 99% possibilities this is the directly
ripped audio track from the DVD, untouched.

They're usually uploaded in TPB, Mininova and TorrentBox, but feel free to share
them on edonkey networks or in any way you want. Spread the word.

If there's demand (and if it's possible) I can upload seperate audio tracks for
dubbings in movies whose DVDs contains them.

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AVI/MP3, Dual English-Spanish, no subs

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H.264/AC3 in Matroska container, Eng-Esp audio and Subs. Spanish dub is
LATIN SPANISH

- Knife In The Water (N¾z w wodzie) (Roman Polanski, 1962) (Polish-Spanish)
H.264/AC3. Original Polish audio and spanish dub. Subbed in english and
spanish.

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