Two Men and a Wardrobe / Dwaj ludzie z szaf¹
Roman Polański, Poland, 1958
Directed by: Roman Polański
Script: Roman Polański
Production company: Zespol Filmowy "Kamera"
Cinematography: Maciej Kijowski
Music: Krzysztof Komeda
Cast: Jakub Goldberg, Henryk Kluba, Roman Polański
Format: video
Running time: 15'

Two men come out of the sea carrying a large wardrobe. Lugging the furniture through town, they find not only that help is difficult to come by, but also that women and men mistreat the movers. Polanski plays the part of the most brutal of the hooligans who assault the two men.

Awards and Festivals
Oberhausen International Short Film Festival 1959 – Honorable Mention
San Francisco International Film Festival 1958 – Golden Gate Award

Directors Biography
Roman Polanski is an Academy Award-winning Polish-French film director, writer, actor, and producer. After beginning his career in Poland, Polanski became a celebrated arthouse filmmaker, and Hollywood director of such films as 'Rosemary's Baby' (1968) and 'Chinatown' (1974). 'Tess' (1979) was awarded several Oscars and Cesars. With 'The Pianist' (2002) Polanski won nearly all the most important film awards, including the Oscar for best directing, Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or, the BAFTA and Cesar Award. He likes to act in his and the films of other directors ('A Generation', 'Frantic', 'Repulsion').

Location and screening schedule: ZAGREB DANCE CENTER, Tuesday, October 22nd at 20.30