Historia Kina w Popielawach (History of Cinema in Popielawy)
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Historia Kina w Popielawach (History of Cinema in Popielawy)
Historia Kina W Popielawach is a bucolic family tale, full of irony and heavily entwined with the invention of the moving picture. The narrator is a ten-year old boy who, during the sixties, is sent from the town to visit his grandparent's village, Popielawy. Roughly one hundred years before -- almost a quarter of a century before Edison and the Lumiere Brothers -- the village blacksmith invented a cinematographic apparatus by which he was able to project images drawn onto the bladders of fish and pigs, making them "come to life." A hundred or so years later, the blacksmith's… More