The Promised Land


Release Date: February 21, 1975

Original name: Ziemia obiecana

Status: Released

Running time: 2h 50m

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Wladyslaw Reymont wrote the book that inspired the film. Three friends want to build and invest in a textile factory in the 19th century town of d, Poland. Rapid industrial expansion is shown in the eyes of a Polish town.

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The Promised Land (Polish: Ziemia obiecana) is a 1975 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda, based on a novel by Władysław Reymont. Set in the industrial city of Łódź, The Promised Land tells the story of a Pole, a German, and a Jew struggling to build a factory in the raw world of 19th-century capitalism.Wajda presents a shocking image of the city, with its dirty and dangerous factories and ostentatiously opulent residences devoid of taste and culture. The film follows in the footsteps of Charles Dickens, Émile Zola and Maxim Gorky, as well as German expressionists such as Knopf, Meidner and Grosz, who gave testimony of social protest.In the 2015 poll conducted by Polish Museum of Cinematography in Łódź, The Promised Land was ranked first on the list of the greatest Polish films of all time.

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Łódź, Poland
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