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Polanski's The Pianist triumphs at the BAFTAs

Roman Polanski's The Pianist completed a dazzling weekend last night, winning the best film and director trophies at the British Film Academy Awards in London. On Saturday night in Paris, the film swept the Cesar awards taking best film, director and actor prizes. Brody, who won the Cesar but lost the BAFTA to Daniel Day-Lewis, accepted the award on Polanski's behalf.

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