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This film, shot in black & white, is superbly constructed on every dimension. Agata Kulesza (Wanda) and Agata Trzebuchowska (Anna/Ida), are immensely talented actors. My wife and I felt as if any frame--from the beginning to the end of the movie--would make a great still photograph. Wanda's life is constricted by alcohol and--it would appear--by lack of any close personal relationships.
Pawlikowski knows how to focus on his main actors, but he also lets us know that, while the protagonists are involved in heartbreaking drama, the rest of the world is going about its business around them. Everyone in Poland is restricted by horrible memories, dark secrets, and Soviet domination.
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The movie takes place in 1961 and the priest would have been saying Mass on the high altar.
See more » Ida (2013) is a Polish film co-written and directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.
The origin of the name Polanie itself derives from the early Slavic word pole (field).
This brilliant film follows a few days in the life of Anna, a young novitiate nun. In the first few minutes of the movie, Anna learns that she's Jewish.
Anna has been raised in a convent, and she plans to take her vows and stay in the convent for the rest of her life. Her aunt is tough as nails--she has real power as a judge, and she knows how to use it. As a very young girl, she was taken to the convent, where the nuns raised her.
However, before this can take place, the mother superior sends her to meet her only living relative, a woman named Wanda. (Her real name is Ida, which is why that's the title of the film.)Wanda and Anna set out to return to their rural home, to solve the mystery of what happened to their family 20 years earlier.
Why did Ida survive, when her family--other than Wanda--did not?