Večer poljske kulture

Večer poljske kulture je nastal v sodelovanju z veleposlaništvom Republike Poljske v Sloveniji:

VSTOPNINA: 5 evrov // rezervacije@udarnik.eu

Petek, 20. april // 20.00

Nož v vodi (Nóż w wodzie)

Roman Polański // 1962 // Poljska // 94 min

Prvi film Romana Polanskega, ki je bil leta 1962 posnet le s tremi igralci v bolj ali manj anonimnih vlogah, vpletenih v zgodbo rivalstva in seksualne napetosti. Film je požel izjemno mednarodno slavo in naklonjenost, prislužil pa si je tudi nominacijo za tujejezičnega oskarja ter tako Polanskemu in skladatelju Krzysztofu Komedi omogočil izjemno kariero v tujini.

ENG: Roman Polanski’s first feature film was shot in 1962 with only three actors playing almost anonymous characters involved in a story of rivalry and sexual tension. Followed by an international acclaim and recognition (nomination for Best Foreign Language Film) it set on Polański’s and film’s music composer Krzysztof Komeda’s careers abroad.

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Petek, 20. april // 22.00

Artur Dutkiewicz Trio: Hendrix Piano

Album in koncert Hendrix Piano je presenetljiv in svež pogled jazz-ista na dobro poznane nesmrtne pesmi legendarnega Jimija Hendrixa. Izvedbe uspešnic Hey Joe, Crosstown Traffic, Purple Haze, Little wing in Angel skozi jezik sodobnega jazza zaživijo v novi luči in barvi, prej še nikoli slišani, saj je to prva interpretacija Hendrixa v izvedbi klavirskega jazz tria doslej.

ENG: The album “Hendrix Piano” and the concert is a surprising jazz musician’s look at well-known pieces of the legend of rock music – Jimi Hendrix. Including such hits as Hey Joe, Crosstown Traffic, Wind Cries Mary, Little Wing and Angel played using the language of contemporary jazz. „Hendrix Piano” is the first ever jazz album presents Hendrix music in the piano jazz trio.

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