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Number of disks: 1 Format: DVD Region: 2 (PAL) Total time: Format: 4:3 Audio: DD 5.1 Color: B&W Language version: Polish Subtitles: English Original release date: 1970 Directed by Marek Piwowski Writing credits by Andrzej Barszczynski, Janusz Glowacki, Jerzy Karaszkiewicz, Marek Piwowski Original Music by Wojciech Kilar DVD extras: 1.
"The cruise with Marek Piwowski" - Niny Terentiew's documentary, 1987 2.
Rejs / The Cruise, his 1970 debut feature film which displays characteristics of a documentary, is a quintessential example of his work and is widely regarded as a cult movie.
Placed within what is called the "involved cinema" in Polish filmmaking, his films address socially important issues by combining emotional involvement of the director with the formal asceticism and dry communication of messages.
Watch early films by Marek Piwowski and other classics Most of Piwowski's films, are satirical and comic while addressing serious issues, he employs both professional and amateur actors, plays with language creating new phraseology, encourages improvisation and uses episodic structures and interpretative observation.
Rejs, known in English as The Cruise (or The Trip Down the River), is a Polish comedy film released in 1970, directed by Marek Piwowski who also co-wrote the screenplay with Janusz Głowacki. Rejs is considered as a masterpiece by many and as the earliest cult film in Polish cinema.
Shot in a quasi-documentary style, with a cast featuring not more than two or three professional actors, the absurd plot parodies life in the People's Republic of Poland, reducing a weekend river cruise to a hilarious parody of the entire communist system.