Boston Jewish Film Festival: LITTLE ROSE (Closing Night)
November 14, 2010
LITTLE ROSE (Rózyczka), Director Jan Kidawa-Blonski, Poland, 2010, 118 Minutes, Fiction, 35mm. Passions ignite this thriller set in Poland in spring 1968, when the government’s anti-Semitic campaign puts citizens on edge. Security policeman Rozek sends his lover to investigate whether a well-known dissident writer is Jewish. As her assignment progresses, she wins not only the writer’s trust but also his love. Based on the character of Polish writer Pawel Jasienica, with powerful performances by Poland’s legendary Andrzej Seweryn (the films of Andrzej Wajda, SCHINDLER'S LIST), Robert Wieckiewicz as the policeman, and Magdalena Boczarska as secret agent “Little Rose.” In Polish with subtitles.