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Born on November 16, 1922 in the village of Mikulintsy (now the Terebovlyansky district of the Ternopil region of Ukraine) on November 16, 1922, in the family of David Morgenstern and Esther Druks. He grew up in the Podolsk region, where he studied at school. He also studied in Pshevorsk, where his mother's brother lived. During the war years, the family of the director of the school in the village of Ladychin, two kilometers from Mikulinets, sheltered him from deportation to the ghetto.
Graduated from the Higher School of Theater, Film and Television in Lodz in 1954. He worked as an assistant director on the filming of films "Atlantic Story" (directed by V. Jakubowska), "Channel" and "Ashes and Diamonds" (directed by A. Wajda), " The Real End of the Great War "(directed by E. Kavalerovich), was the second director on the set of the film" Flying "(directed by A. Vaida). Gruvemuvestart
J. Morgenstern's Star on the Avenue of Stars in Lodz (2011)
Morgenstern made his 1960 debut with Goodbye, See You Tomorrow, an award-winning film at the Stratford and San Francisco IFFs. This is a lyrical story about the hopeless love of a Polish student and the daughter of a Western diplomat (starring the outstanding Polish actor Zbigniew Cybulski). The heroes of the 1972 film Must Kill This Love, a bitter and sarcastic story about the first feeling that could not stand the test of the oppressive atmosphere of the Polish society of the 70s, in which everything is imbued with falsehood, also have to part. Among the director's most significant works are the war drama "Then Silence Comes", dedicated to the liberation of the Polish lands, and the anti-totalitarian film "Life Again", one of the most poignant political films in Polish cinema of the 60s, an attempt to expose the crimes of the Stalinist era on the movie screen ...
The film Lesser Heaven, which won the Grand Prix of the IFF in Poitiers, tells the story of the tragedy of a forty-year-old man who rebelled against the imposed unification of desires and positions, the constant pursuit of a career, the tragedy of a man who, as it were, went on a journey without knowing his purpose. The director made a great contribution to the development of Polish television cinema, having shot the popular series in the 60s and 70s: "The Stake Is Greater Than Life" and "Columbus". The latter combines the epic display of the heroic deeds of Polish youth in the days of the Warsaw Uprising with the profound psychologism of the heroes who amaze with their spiritual purity and spontaneity.
He also shot the series Polish Roads and SOS, the television feature films W Hour and The Queen of Spades. Morgenstern, according to critics, was one of the last romantics of Polish cinema. Since 1978, artistic director of the creative film association Perspektiva .
Died in Warsaw on September 6, 2011.
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