Janusz głowacki jak być kochanym
Jak być kochanym by Janusz Głowacki
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The witty, brilliant and, above all, vitriolic works collected in these two books brought him not only popularity, but also led to him being cast in the role of an unfailing satirist ranting about pretentious cultural phenomena at the end of the s and beginning of the s. They exposed the glitzy culture of material success and unmasked various forms of trashiness and conformity. In the s, he also became known as a playwright and scriptwriter collaborating with such directors as Andrzej Wajda, Janusz Morgenstern and Marek Piwowski. He soon moved to the USA, where, after a certain time, he became successful as a playwright. He is perhaps even more important, since he begins his duties on the day when his boss dies. This book is an unusual autobiography full of entertaining anecdotes and perceptive observations, presented as a series of digressions like, as the title suggests, a story straight from the head, and thus without a fixed structure.
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It should be emphasized that the focus on the main film characters illustrates the specifically Polish approach towards political community. Ewa M. Thompson discussed the cultural foundations of Sarmatism Sienkiewicz is one of the propagators of its modern incarnation , arguing that the basic tenet underlying the Sarmatist philosophy is the importance of an individual. The individual identifies themselves with a political and national community, but still retains the superior role, and stays in the center of attention . This must have been as pleasing for the spectators, as it was for the reviewers and critics. Within the movies, the individual in question was supposed to not only be unique, but also act as a conciliator for the masses. The Deluge may serve as a prominent example, as the cast was discussed in the press for months .