The plot of the drama film directed by Roman Polanski's "The Pianist" tells about the life of the outstanding Polish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman. The action of the film take place during the second world war. With the arrival of the Nazis in Poland began the most difficult and terrible times, which brought only destruction and death of the greater part of the Jewish population of the country. They were resettled in the Warsaw ghetto, where publicly humiliated and bullied, forcing to wear special bandages, and later sent to concentration camps to certain, painful death.
With the help of a friend, Vladislav miraculously managed to escape from the Nazis, peregonjajushhih people on a train to a concentration camp. Life in the sex razvalennom ghetto in the cold winter, where there are almost no people food and water quickly leads to Szpilman badly ill. Being totally one it how can trying to survive, sometimes are kind people who learn a talented pianist trying to help him at least something, but that's all the time. Vladislav then again to hide. Fate pushes it with the young German, who after discovering talented pianist, brings him food and giving away its shinel for warming.