When Angels Fall
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|When Angels Fall |
(Gdy spadają anioly)
|Directed by||Roman Polański|
|Written by||Roman Polański|
|Starring||Barbara Lass |
|Music by||Krzysztof Komeda|
When Angels Fall, or Gdy spadają anioły, is a short film written and directed by Roman Polański in 1959. The idea for the film was taken from a short story "Klozet Babcia" (aka "Toilet Granny"), written by Leszek Szymański and published in the weekly "Kierunki" in Warsaw, Poland. The film was Polanski's first one produced in color.
(Note:The Polanski film is unrelated to the 1985 stage play When Angels Fall by Michael Jones and Linda Renye.)
- Stafford, Jeff. "Special Event: Roman Polanski Shorts". Behind the Camera: The Short Circuit. Turner Classic Movies website. Retrieved 2007-01-22.
Further reading 
- Leaming, Barbara (1981). Polanski, The Filmmaker as Voyeur: A Biography. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-671-24985-1.
- Parker, John (1994). Polanski. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd. ISBN 0-575-05615-0.
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