You’ve seen the movie. You’ve heard the music. Now get your hands on the goodies…FREE! And if you haven’t seen the movie…shame on you!
Roman Polanski has returned with “The Pianist,” a film adapted from the autobiography of Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew who detailed his survival during World War II. A composer and a pianist, he played the last live music heard over Polish radio airwaves before Nazi artillery hit.
And now, we have some “Pianist” swag to give away to you, the loyal Film Threat readers. In our possession are “Pianist” movie books featuring printed stills, commentary from the cast and crew and the true story of Wladyslaw Szpilman. We also have music folders containing sheet music for the tunes heard in the film. And we have copies of the soundtrack, composed by Wojciech Kilar.
So what do you have to do to win these goodies? It’s simple – send us an email with your name and address. First people to email will find a little bit of Polanski’s “Pianist” in their mailboxes shortly. Good luck!

Posted on January 15, 2003 in News by

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