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  1. Kadjavsi's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Une succulente allégorie, pleine de poésie et d'amertume, qui révèle le talent de Roman Polanski, désormais plus souvent derrière la caméra (que devant)... www.cinefiches.com

  3. B o g d a n's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

  4. rafaelmontenegrofausto's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    2 men, a wardrobe, the sea, a dead kitty and PolansKID

  5. nino nino's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    The eccentricity of the characters was great, the music was thoroughly enjoyable...I didn't catch on to any 'homosexual allusions', I just thought this was a perspective on humanity given by outsiders, by strange men from the sea, their alienness accentuated by the fact that they lug a massive wardrobe around everywhere they go. *Also, there is a novel 'Couch' by B. Parzybok that I believe is loosely based off this.

  6. AdrianM.'s rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    That's not how you treat a kitten you fucking douchebag!

  7. Brandon Nowalk's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    A world of pickpockets, vanity, animal cruelty, harassment, murder. Back to the sea, I guess.

  8. Yılmaz Toker's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Homosexuality, to look with pure emotion is difficult to carry a heavy mirror,

  9. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Lo absurdo, otra fascinación en los comienzos Roman Polanski. Unos individuos y un ropero salen del mar e intentan componer una rutina tranquila. Fracasan. El mundo parece ser muy desconfiado, temeroso, fiscalizador, mundano, violento. El espejo del ropero cumple una labor metafórica, es una ventana a la vanidad para un caballero de paso y luego será roto cuando las cosas entran en crisis. La ciudad te atormenta.

  10. bclvines@gmail.com's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    rather haunting and strangely allegorical. early polanski was always the most dreamlike experience ever committed to celluloid

  11. BENJAMINTO's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    There is no modern romance.

  12. ConallVision's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    I was wondering if the two main characters were menat to represent homosexuals. They dance together and lie with one another and are subjected to discrimination by everyone they meet. (Though not the basis of my theorie) the wardrobe could represent the metaphorical closet the characters want to part with. Did anyone feels the same? I also though it was very interesting that Polanski cast himself beating up the men.

  13. Gonzalo Caride's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    It's so cool to say good things about this movie... Isn't it? It gives you like a +10 points in your geeky knowledge. And it's even better if you say great things about it because then everybody would think you're deep and were able to understand the simplicity and metaphorical criticism on Polish society in the late 50's. You serious? This is just a simple student movie made by a director that later on become famous

  14. Stardust Memory's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

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  16. Matt Kovar's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    I'd love to see this on the big screen.

  17. Samurai Panda Poetry's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Subtle, simple, brilliant. You could do a lot of reading into this film, in regards of any metaphorical implications, but that discussion could be endless. The soundtrack here is pitch perfect, walking bass lines throughout, and the juxtaposition of the almost cartoon feel of the movers with the scenes of extreme brutality is excellent.

  18. Crap Monster's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Great short by Polanski that is often overlooked....

  19. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film Two Men and a Wardrobe

    Funny and imaginative surreal comedy. Many years before his cameo appearance in Chinatown, Polanski played a short, menacing gang leader here. good score by Krzysztof Komeda.