Call number: DVD-4454


KIEŚLOWSKI, Krzysztof
Przypadek [Blind Chance]

Zespół Filmowy Tor, 1981
Screenplay: Krzysztof Kieślowski
Photography: Krzysztof Pakulski
Production design: Andrzej Rafał Waltenberger
Music: Wojciech Kilar

Witek Długosz					Bogusław Linda 
His father					Bogdan Niewinowski
Kasia, his father's friend			Kazimiera Nogajówna
Story 1:
The Communist Werner				Tadeusz Łomnicki 
Adam, a Party activist 				Zbigniew Zapasiewicz  
Czuszka Olkowska 				Bogusława Pawelec 
Party activists					Janusz Dziubiński, Bohdan Ejmont, Edward Rauch
Polish Socialist Youth Union activists		Sylwester Maciejewski, 
Aleksander Mikołajczak, Jerzy Stuhr
Jacek, a Polish Socialist Youth Union activist	Borys Marynowski
Drug addict in the Centre			Piotr Skarga
Security Officer who arrests Czuszka		Jerzy Moes
Man at the airport				Krzysztof Zaleski
Story 2:
Werka 						Marzena Trybała 
Marek, an opposition activist 			Jacek Borkowski 
Daniel, Werka's brother 			Jacek Sas-Uhrynowski 
Fr Stefan 					Adam Ferency 
Witek's aunt 	 				Irena Byrska
Boatswain in the harbour			Ludwik Pak
Opposition activist to whom Witek brings money	Stefania Iwińska
Oppositio singer				Jacek Kaczmarski
The Dean's son 					Mirosław Siedler
Werka's husband					Krzysztof Kalczyński
Story 3:
Olga Matwiszyn					Monika Goździk 
Dean	 					Zygmunt Hübner 
Daughter of dying old woman			Irena Burawska
123 minutes
In Polish with optional English subtitles

DVD
Region code 1
Aspect ratio 1.66:1
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features Blind Chance unshelved, a June 2015 interview with the Polish film critic Tadeusz Sobolewski, 18 minutes 11 seconds, in Polish with optional English subtitles
Interview with the film director Agnieszka Holland from 2003, 5 minutes 24 seconds, in French with optional English subtitles
Nine sections from the film originally censored in Poland, 9 minutes 48 seconds
Booklet containing essay by the film critic Dennis Lim and a 1993 interview about the film with the director Krzysztof Kieślowski
Source Criterion

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