Call number: DVD-4892


Kieślowski – Dekalog and other television works

On 5 Blu ray discs and 5 DVDs

This is DVD 1

KIEŚLOWSKI, Krzysztof
Dekalog [The Decalogue] [The Ten Commandments]

Telewizja Polska, Zespół Filmowy Tor, in co-production with Sender Freies Berlin, 1988
Producer: Ryszard Chutkowski
Screenplay: Krzysztof Piesiewicz, Krzysztof Kieślowski
Production design: Halina Dobrowolska
Music: Zbigniew Preisner

Dekalog, jeden [Decalogue One]
Photography: Wiesław Zdort
Sound: Małgorzata Jaworska

Krzysztof		                                    Henryk Baranowski
Irena, his sister	                                    Maja Komarowska
Paweł, his son	                                            Wojciech Klata
Man in the sheepskin sitting on the ice                     Artur Barciś
Chess player		                                    Agnieszka Brustman
Jacek's father	                                            Maciej Borniński
Ania, a colleague of Krzysztof teaching Paweł English       Maria Gładkowska
Ewa Jezierska, Marek's mother, a colleague of Paweł         Ewa Kania
Jacek's mother	                                            Aleksandra Kisielewska
Ola			                                    Aleksandra Majsiuk
Journalist		                                    Magda Sroga-Mikołajczyk
School director	                                            Maciej Sławiński
53 minutes 31 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

AND

Dekalog, dwa [Decalogue Two]
Photography: Edward Kłosiński
Sound: Małgorzata Jaworska

Dorota Geller	                        Krystyna Janda
Consultant		                Aleksandr Bardini
Andrzej Geller, Dorota's husband	Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Lab analyst	   	                Artur Barciś
The postman Wacek		        Stanisław Gawlik
Gynaecologist	                        Krzysztof Kumor
Warden		                        Maciej Szary
Nurse			                Krystyna Bigelmajer
Patient lying next to Andrei	        Karol Dillenius
Basia			                Ewa Ekwińska
Janek Wierzbicki, Andrzej's friend	Jerzy Fedorowicz
Doctor			                Piotr Siejka
Colleague of Dorota's lover	        Aleksander Trąbczyński
Dorota's lover	                        Piotr Fronczewski (voice)
56 minutes 52 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

AND

KIEŚLOWSKI, Krzysztof
Przejście podziemne [Pedestrian Subway]

Zespół Filmowy Tor, Wytwórnia Filmów Dokumentalnych, Warsaw, 1972
Screenplay: Ireneusz Iredyński, Krzysztof Kieślowski
Photography: Sławomir Idziak
Production design: Teresa Barska
Sound: Małgorzata Jaworska

Lena		                        Teresa Krzyżanowska
Michał		                        Andrzej Seweryn
Old woman	                        Anna Jaraczówna
Tutor		                        Zygmunt Maciejewski
Beaten man	                        Jan Orsza-Łukaszewicz
Man doing decorations	                Janusz Skalski
Frenchman	                        Marcel Łoziński
Man watching the decorating	        Wojciech Wiszniewski
28 minutes 38 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

AND

ZMARZ-KOCZANOWICZ, Maria
Still alive

Es-Media, Telewizja Polska - Agencja Filmowa, with the financial support of Polski Instytut Sztuki Filmowej, 2005
Producer Es-Media: Sławomir Salamon
Producer AF TVP: Jerzy Jakutowicz
Screenplay: Stanisław Zawiśliński
Photography: Andrzej Adamczak
Narrators: Łukasz Nowicki, Monika Boniecka, Andrzej Dąbrowski
With the participation of: Wim Wenders, Agnieszka Holland, Sławomir Idziak, Jacek Petrycki, Grażyna Szapołowska, Tadeusz Sobolewski, Irène Jacob, Zbigniew Preisner and others

82 minutes
In various languages with optional English subtitles

DVD
Region code 2
Aspect ratio 1.39.5:1
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features 4K restoration of all ten episodes, presented in their original broadcast aspect ratios
128-page collector's book featuring a lengthy essay on Dekalog and Kieślowski by Fr Marek Lis, plus Kieślowski's own discussion of all the films in this set and Stanley Kubrick's eulogy to Kieślowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz
Kieślowski - Przejście podziemne (1973) (for details see above)
Still Alive (2005), 82 minutes, a portrait of the director by his former student Maria Zmarz-Koczanowicz, including interviews with friends and colleagues, 81 minutes, in Polish with optional English subtitles (for details see above)
Source Arrow Academy

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