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Lech Majewski directed this visually striking examination of the nexus between art and politics in the 16th century. In 1564, the Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel created one of his best-known and most controversial works, "The Procession to Calvary," in which Christ, carrying his cross, makes his way to his own crucifixion though a crowded landscape that features representations of hundreds of historic and contemporary figures. The painting was a biting commentary on political matters of the day as well as a satiric view of ...

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BD0407

May 3, 2012

NOT VERY ENTHUSED. STYLE WAS SORT OF CONFUSING. BEAUTIFUL FILM. GOT IT BECAUSE OF RAMPLING AND HAUER. FOR THE CURIOUS MOIVE VIEWERS.

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