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Cheerfully, Polanski would flip the knife over and over before each take. Just to make sure Nicholson's expression of fear was the real thing. The year-old Polanski has a body of work which is rich in violence, transgression and horror. In his great period there is the psychological nightmare Repulsion , his demonic shocker Rosemary's Baby ; there is Chinatown and his paranoid thriller The Tenant These could be a displacement or transformation or exorcism of all the terrible things that have happened in Polanski's life, which include imprisonment in the Krakow ghetto as a child and witnessing his parents being taken away to a Nazi concentration camp.
His father returned, his mother did not.
But he has a dark and ambiguous reputation as a man who is both victim and culprit, an ambivalent emblem of the licentious 60s and 70s. He is famous for being married to Sharon Tate, who was murdered by the Manson cult in , and notorious for admitting to sex with a year-old girl eight years later and fleeing the US to France to evade imprisonment, where he still resides. All these things had been fading into memory.
Polanski's victim, now a year-old mother of three, has publicly forgiven him. But now he wants to reopen old wounds, by suing Vanity Fair for libel in the amenable British courts - on the grounds that it is on sale in the UK - for a article that claimed he had tried to seduce a woman in a New York restaurant at the time of Tate's funeral. He vigorously denies the allegation. The judgement may go his way. But by making his private sexual conduct an admissible subject for debate, might his reputation be sullied all over again?
Polanski fought for the right to testify from Paris by videolink, because he fears extradition to the US from Britain.
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Won't that simply be a self-defeating reminder of his culpable past? It could be a calculated risk for a man who, fortified by the respect accorded to his prizes and grey hairs, wants to confront the dark heart of his past and set the record straight for good and all.
Nick James, the editor of Sight and Sound magazine, says: "It is a slur on their relationship, and if it turns out to be false then Polanski will have been fully justified in taking action, and he is defending a different aspect of his integrity than that which was damaged after the underage case.
He is incensed by this article, simply on the grounds of inaccuracy. He feels quite rightly he has been treated badly in the press. This is a smear upon his love for her. Polanski was born in Paris in to a Jewish father and Roman Catholic mother; they were Poles who moved to Krakow when he was three.
When the Germans invaded the Polanskis were imprisoned in the ghetto, and in the Nazis ordered the civilians to move out.
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His father managed to cut a gap in the barbed-wire fence and told the terrified Roman to flee to the house of a family he had paid to look after him. Roman ran, never looking back. Later he was to discover that his mother was murdered in the gas chambers but his father, though pressed into slave labour in a stone quarry, survived.
The boy wandered the countryside, living hand to mouth, being taken in by friends and strangers. After the war, Polanski was reunited with his father and became entranced by movies; he attended the renowned Lodz film school. After his breakthrough film of , the Oscar-nominated Knife in the Water, Polanski came to London and made one of his undisputed masterpieces: Repulsion, about the paranoia and madness of a young Frenchwoman alone in London, played by Catherine Deneuve.
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His reputation as a master of nightmarish fear was growing. On the set of his uncertain, wacky comedy-horror picture, The Fearless Vampire Killers, he met and fell in love with Tate, and married her in London - having divorced his first wife, the Polish actor Barbara Lass-Kwiatkowska.
Riding high, Polanski moved to Hollywood, and under the patronage of the Paramount producer Robert Evans directed his next masterpiece, Rosemary's Baby. It still stands up as an almost unwatchably disturbing story of a young woman, played by Mia Farrow, who is impregnated by the devil. At the height of his success, tragedy struck. Previous page. Next page.
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