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Began his career making acclaimed documentaries and directed his first feature, "Man on the Track," in 1956. A pioneer of the Polish New Wave along with director Andrzej Wajda, Munk turned a quizzical, ironic eye on subjects such as military heroism ("Eroica" 1957) and Party careerism ("Bad Luck" 1960). He died during the filming of "The Passenger" (1961), which was completed by his friend Witold Lesiewicz.

Began his career making acclaimed documentaries and directed his first feature, "Man on the Track," in 1956. A pioneer of the Polish New Wave along with director Andrzej Wajda, Munk turned a quizzical, ironic eye on subjects such as military heroism ("Eroica" 1957) and Party careerism ("Bad Luck" 1960). He died during the filming of "The Passenger" (1961), which was completed by his friend Witold Lesiewicz.

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