Thursday, September 29, 2005

Poor, poor Roman Polanski

"Before he became cinema's enfant terrible and a fugitive from U.S. justice, and long before he won an Academy Award, director Roman Polanski was a small boy trapped in a nightmarish childhood of turmoil and loss. His parents were sent to Nazi death camps, and his mother died at Auschwitz. Polanski escaped the horrors of Poland's Krakow ghetto, living off the charity of strangers in the countryside until his father reappeared to claim him."

Then Roman Polanski became a rapist.


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