Lech Majewski is creating new meaning by producing Pieter Bruegel’s 16th century masterpieces for our 21 century panoramic screens.

At the very least, he is bringing the Flemish painter Bruegel back to memory and modern day life.


Lech Majewski's The Mill and The Cross

The way to calvary as panoramic motion picture.


Lech Majewski's The Mill and The Cross

It isn’t Roman soldiers marching Jesus to Golgotha, it is red-jacketed Spanish militiamen, then occupying the Low Countries and waging a brutal repression of the Protestant Reformation.


Lech Majewski's The Mill and The Cross

Large Paintings on today's cinema display canvases.


Lech Majewski's The Mill and The Cross

Please pardon the eventual advert in the trailer.




 

Via a New York Times review by Daniel M. Gold.

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The movie opens in New York City on Wednessday.

 

 

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