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Camera Buff (Polish: Amator, meaning "amateur") is a Polish drama film written and directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski and starring Jerzy Stuhr. The film is Plot - Cast - Analysis - Reception. In this political satire from Poland, Jerzy Stuhr plays Filip, a factory worker who, after the birth of his first child, buys an 8mm movie camera to record his. 13 Feb A man who picks up a camera must eventually become a filmmaker with all the responsibilities and burdens that go along with it. Camera Buff.
7 Sep The four early Kieslowski films just released on DVD—'s The Scar, 's Camera Buff, 's Blind Chance, and 's No. Suffused with Kieslowski's dry wit and intelligence," (Jonathan Rosenbaum, The Chicago Reader(, Camera Buff is Krzysztof Kieslowski's (The Double Life of. I chose Krzysztof Kieslowski's Camera Buff (); an explanation for this can be found in the 'essays' section of this site. My final exhibit at the Cinematheque.
10 Mar - 6 min - Uploaded by Susan Hargreaves A video synopsis of Krzysztof Kieslowki's Film, Amator starring Jerzy Stuhr. Filip buys an 8mm movie camera when his first child is born. Because it's the first camera in town, he's named official photographer by the local Party boss. 23 Jan - min Filip, a clerk in a small Polish town, buys an 8mm movie camera to film the baby his wife is. Camera Buff on irish-everywhere.com Find trailers, reviews, and all info for Camera Buff by Krzysztof Kieślowski. 18 Jan - 3 min Watch Camera Buff Trailer by irish-everywhere.com on Dailymotion here.
3 Feb In Camera Buff (“Amator” in Polish, literally, “Amateur”), Filip (Jerzy Stuhr), a working-class resident of a small rural Polish town, saves enough. 8 Sep This is a succinct description of Filip Mosz's earliest work as an amateur filmmaker in Camera Buff. Filip has purchased an 8mm movie camera. Camera Buff with English Russian French Spanish Italian Portuguese Czech Turkish Arabic subtitles is a Polish drama film written and directed by. Fairly impressive account of an amateur movie-maker who progresses from home movies, via the factory film club, to documentaries of a more political kind.