Skolimowski's semi-autobiographical account of an exiled Polish movie director's relationship with his son.
Early scene introduces Kosnov (Max von Sydow) and a glimpse of fellow Ingmar Bergman player Bibi Andersson, plus director John Huston's technique of using dubbed English after Russian dialogue, in The Kremlin Letter, 1970.
Rod Taylor and Jim Brown fight to get refugees and a fortune in diamonds out of the Congo under the Dark Of The Sun (1968).
A behind the scenes featurette on The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964) starring Ingrid Bergman and Shirley MacLaine.
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Daniel Jakor is one of the most prolific and successful artists the world has never heard of. Struggling to sell his own art, he finds his true genius lies in the forgery.
Alex Rodak is a Polish director in exile in London with his family, which includes an older teenage son Adam who is struggling with an identity crisis, his wife, and another son. Rodak is putting together a major show.
This surging screen adventure is set at the end of World War I. Major Foster and his Legionnaires have been ordered to protect an archaeological expedition led by Francois Marneau. Foster is opposed to the excavation of a priceless tomb in Morocco. He not only considers it grave robbing, he also knows the last expedition there was destroyed, along with its Legionnaire guards. But Foster follows his orders. In Morocco, Foster battles the forces who are out to stop the expedition. The attacks slaughter thousands and end only when Foster is killed. Only Marco is left to take up the cavalry of his fallen friend and commander.
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