History YMMV / ThePianist

13th Oct '17 5:32:14 PM Saveelich
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** The fate of Captain Wilm Hosenfeld. He was one of the few Nazis in the film who hated the Final Solution, and actively hid and helped Szpilman in the final days of the war. When he hears Szpilman is in a Polish camp nearby, he pleads to a Polish soldier to tell Szpilman that he's there, and that he'll vouch for the captain. By the time Szpilman gets there, the German prisoners are gone. The movie's epilogue says that the last thing known about him is that he died in a Soviet prisoner-of-war camp in 1953.

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** The fate of Captain Wilm Hosenfeld. He was one of the few Nazis in the film Hosenfeld, who hated the Final Solution, and actively hid and helped Szpilman in the final days of the war. When he hears Szpilman is in a Polish camp nearby, he pleads to a Polish soldier to tell Szpilman that he's there, and that he'll vouch for the captain. By the time Szpilman gets there, the German prisoners are gone. The movie's epilogue says that the last thing known about him is that he died in a Soviet prisoner-of-war camp in 1953.
13th Oct '17 2:21:26 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (ordering him to stand up), and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man in a wheelchair is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (ordering him to stand up), and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:17:25 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (ordering him to stand up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (ordering him to stand up) up), and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:17:11 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing (ordering him to stand up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:15:27 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the an old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:15:10 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up), and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up), up) and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:14:58 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, not to mention the absurd demand of the German officer to the man (standing up), and a woman screaming as the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:14:09 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as he falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as he the man falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:13:58 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as he falls produces VocalDissonance.

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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers.soldiers while it's no laughing matters at all. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as he falls produces VocalDissonance.
13th Oct '17 2:13:13 AM Saveelich
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* {{Narm}}: Many people actually admit ''laughing'' when the old handicapped Jewish man is thrown to his death from a balcony by German soldiers. The scene's timing makes it a bit involuntarily comedic, and a woman screaming as he falls produces VocalDissonance.
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