ByRory O'Connor, writer at
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Rory O'Connor

Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski picked up the critics prize in Toronto last year for his latest film Ida. The story concerns a young nun on the verge of taking her vows who discovers a dark family secret dating back to the Nazi occupation. An English subbed trailer has just been released and you can take a look below.

A dry sort of trailer but the cinematography does look awfully stunning. Pawlikowski made his name in England as a documentary maker before making the switch to features. He picked up the Best British Film BAFTA in 2005 for My Summer of Love so there's every reason to expect this will be worth seeking out.

Will you be doing just that? Familiar with Pawlikowski's earlier work? Couldn't care less? Let us know below.

Ida hits theaters May 2nd


Will you be taking this one for a spin?



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