Franco-Polish film director Roman Polanski, holds the Oscar which he received from US actor Harrison Ford during the American film festival in Deauville, western France, on Sunday, 07 September 2003. Polanski won the Oscar for best director for his Holocaust drama "The Pianist" (2002) but could not receive it at the Oscar ceremony in May, in the USA. Polanski, 70, left the United States for France in 1978 when he faced a prison sentence for having sex with a 13-year-old girl. He faces arrest if he sets foot in the United States. FRANCE OUT EPA PHOTO/SIPA/NIVIERE.BENAROCH/FRANCE OUT/
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