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Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012 7:00 PM
Directed by Jan Kidawa-Blonski, Poland, 2010. 118 minutes, Polish with subtitles. Adult language; sexually explicit.
 
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In 1968 Poland, student protests and anti-Semitism continue. A secret policeman attempts to incriminate a dissident writer by sending his young and beautiful mistress, code name Little Rose, to him. Pretending to be a novice writer she soon gains his love. Surprisingly, Rose begins to appreciate the soul, knowledge and sensitivity of the writer and the vulgarity of her earlier life. Film inspired by a true story. Special Guests from Vanderbilt University’s Department of Germanic and Slavic languages. Franklin Theatre: Konstantin Kustanovich, Associate Professor of Russian. Belcourt Theatre: Alex Spektor, Andrew Mellon Visiting Assistant Professor.