Call number: DVD-4895


Kieślowski – Dekalog and other television works

On 5 Blu ray discs and 5 DVDs

This is Blu ray disc 3

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, pięć [Decalogue Five]
Photography: Sławomir Idziak
Sound: Małgorzata Jaworska

Jacek Łazar			                      Mirosław Baka
Piotr Balicki, the lawyer	                      Krzysztof Globisz
Waldemar Rekowski, the taxi driver	              Jan Tesarz
Young workman		                              Artur Barciś
Dorota Geller		                              Krystyna Janda
Andrzej Geller, Dorota's husband	              Olgierd Łukaszewicz
Warden			                              Maciej Szary
Chairman of the Bar Association                       Zbigniew Zapasiewicz
Girl in cinema box office	                      Barbara Dziekan-Vajda
Executioner			                      Aleksander Bednarz
Beatka, employee of grocery store	              Elżbieta Helman
Old woman feeding pigeons at the Sigismund Column     Helena Kowalczykowa
Sentry				                      Borys Marynowski
Prosecutor			                      Maciej Maciejewski
Jacek's brothers		                      Sylwester Maciejewski, Andrzej Mastalerz
Artist at the Old Town Square	                      Zdzisław Rychter
Man at taxi rank		                      Karol Stępkowski
Judge				                      Zdzisław Tobiasz
Warden			                              Jerzy Zass
57 minutes 31 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

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Dekalog, sześć [Decalogue Six]
Photography: Witold Adamek
Sound: Nikodem Wołk-Łaniewski

Magda			        Grażyna Szapołowska
Tomek			        Olaf Lubaszenko
Tomek's godmother		Stefania Iwińska
Man with suitcase	        Artur Barciś
The postman Wacek		Stanisław Gawlik
Roman		                Piotr Machalica
Bearded man, Magda's lover	Rafał Imbro
Blond man, Magda's lover	Jan Piechociński
Post Office manager	        Małgorzata Rożniatowska
58 minutes 41 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

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KIEŚLOWSKI, Krzysztof
Personel [Personnel]

Zespół Filmowy Tor, for Telewizja Polska, 1975; premiere 13 January 1976
Screenplay: Krzysztof Kieślowski
Photography: Witold Stok
Production design: Tadeusz Kosarewicz
Sound: Michał Żarnecki

Romek Januchta 			        Juliusz Machulski 
Set designer			        Irena Lorentowicz
Theatre technical manager	        Włodzimierz Boruński
The tailor Sowa 		        Michał Tarkowski 
The singer Andrzej Siedlecki	        Andrzej Siedlecki
The cutter Romek		        Tomasz Lengren
Chairman of the Youth Organisation	Tomasz Zygadło
Manager of the Tailor's Shop	        Janusz Skalski
Girl on the train		        Krystyna Wachelko
Theatre director		        Ludwik Mika
Tailors				        Wilchelm Kłonowski, Jan Torończak, 
                                        Jan Zieliński, Edward Ciośek
Ballet master			        Henryk Sawicki 
Dancer 				        Waldemar Karst
Singer					Krzysztof Sitarski
66 minutes 34 seconds
In Polish with optional English subtitles

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Dekalog: An Appreciation by Tony Rayns
Arrow Films, 2016
Producer: Anthony Nield
Executive producers: Kevin Lambert, Francesco Simeoni
Camera and sound: Jon Robertson
Editor: Michael Brooke

78 minutes
In English without subtitles

Blu ray disc
Region code B
Aspect ratio 1.70:1
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 Kubrick's eulogy to Kieślowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz
Kieślowski - Personel, 1975 (for details see above)
Dekalog: An Appreciation by Tony Rayns (for details see above)
Source Arrow Academy

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