Structure of Crystals (Struktura krysztalu)
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Structure of Crystals (Struktura krysztalu)
The prolific Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi's debut feature, Struktura Krysztalu (The Structure of Crystals, 1969), is a Chekhovian chamber drama contrasting the divergent lifestyles of two old friends. Marek (Andrzej Zarnecki) is an eminently successful Polish physicist from the city. As the film opens, he journeys to the secluded home of old college mate Jan (Jan Myslowicz), who has achieved "spiritual and moral balance" by removing himself more or less permanently from harried urban life and relocating to a more rural environment. The film appears simplistic on the surface,… More

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"A cerebral psychological drama about a reunion between two intellectual scientist friends who have taken different paths."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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