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Cutting-edge 3D film revives a Warsaw lost to war

  13.04.01 3:39pm

Nazi bombs left Warsaw as little more than a smouldering heap of rubble at the end of World War II.

Now, nearly seventy years later, the charm of the pre-war Polish capital dubbed the "Paris of the north" has been brought back to life for the first time thanks to a new film, using three-dimensional computer imaging.

Whether from the eye of an eagle soaring over the skyline, a pigeon flying down city streets, or passengers on a tram, "Warszawa 1935" invites viewers into the lush squares and parks of the city centre, a vanished world that very few still recall.

Read the story here:  http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/cutting-edge-3d-film-revives-a-warsaw-lost-to-war-348625