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May 29, 1990 | DAVID LEWIN
Eminent domain, strictly speaking, is a legal term--an elegant euphemism for the right of the state to appropriate all property within its frontiers. As applied in Communist countries before the dramatic events of recent months, eminent domain also included the lives, emotions and hopes of the people who lived there. Now, it is the title of a film being made by an international cast and crew looking at events in Poland that could not have possibly been looked at from inside that country . . .
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May 29, 1990 | DAVID LEWIN
Eminent domain, strictly speaking, is a legal term--an elegant euphemism for the right of the state to appropriate all property within its frontiers. As applied in Communist countries before the dramatic events of recent months, eminent domain also included the lives, emotions and hopes of the people who lived there. Now, it is the title of a film being made by an international cast and crew looking at events in Poland that could not have possibly been looked at from inside that country . . .
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April 12, 1991 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Eminent Domain" (citywide) was shot in Warsaw by a largely Polish crew and co-written by Polish emigre Andrzej Krakowski. But, somehow, watching the Cold War psycho-political thriller, I didn't have the feeling that I was in Poland. I can't account for such an anomaly.
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