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Daily life in Poland, street scenes in Warsaw

Film | Accession Number: 2003.214 | RG Number: RG-60.3942 | Film ID: 3001

A series of TRIMS/short outtakes.
1. MCU, two young Polish women in traditional Central Polish folk costumes walk down a dirt path away from a wood frame house and toward the camera.
2. MCU, LAS of architectural details of an unidentified building. Several ornate bas-relief designs in the building's facade, and a stepped, curved roof with ceramic tiles. Pan down to more of the building's facade, as well as the street lamps and street corner below.
3. MS, large, ornate, unidentified municipal building in a town square, a horse drawn carriage is in the FG.
4. LS, woman and a small child seated on a park bench in Warsaw, they accompany a baby, sitting up, in a large pram. Several stone buildings in the BG.
5. MS, tracking shot, taken from the point of view of a streetcar making its way down an unidentified city street. People walk along near the shop windows, in the distance a cathedral is visible, silhouetted against the sky, the sign on the back of the trolley car reads: "Most Podgerski".
6. MLS, a group of young women walk down a street, some carry backpacks, they are viewed from behind, a horse drawn carriage in the FG, a large castle-like building in the BG.
7. LS, large, open plaza. People cross the plaza. A statue of a man on a horse in the distance. Few cars parked in the plaza.
8. MS, a walking bridge that joins two buildings together. The camera pans the bridge and the tops of the buildings, to reveal bas relief details in the facade as well as decorative columns in relief.
9. MS, unidentified town square, horse drawn carriage, pedestrians, stop sign, street lamp.
10. LS, from high angle, looking down on river and barges. Bridge and a castle-like structure at left. Workers steer the barges along the waterway.

Film Title
Poland 1936
Event:  1936
Production:  1937
Warsaw, Poland
Lowicz, Poland
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Julien Bryan Archive
Record last modified: 2021-06-03 12:45:12
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