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3 things about Krzysztof Kieslowski's THREE COLORS: RED

Three Colors: Red

1. He looks through the window. A computer monitor displaying weather patterns.
2. She interrupts the church service. “I’m sorry. My dog ran away.”
3. The loading platform slowly raises.

3 things about Krzysztof Kieslowski's THREE COLORS: WHITE

Three Colors: White

1. She calmly sets fire to the drapes. He panics and flees.
2. Inside the booth he finds a smoldering cigarette on the phonebook. 15 more words

3 things about Krzysztof Kieslowski's THREE COLORS: BLUE

Three Colors: Blue

1. Running her knuckles across the stone wall until they bleed.
2. “Now I have just one thing left to do: nothing.”
3. She distractedly kneads his package.

Krzysztof Kieslowski's Dekalog

Krzysztof’s powerful 10-part film cycle made for television is Decalogue, based on the Ten Commandments, each film focusing on one of the commandments.  Roger Ebert calls this film cycle one of the 10 best films of all time. 10 more words

Directing

Nontraditional Traditions

I’m a big fan of traditions, but not of the traditional kind. Maybe this is because Yoshimi and I come from different cultures with very different types of traditions. 868 more words

Travel

347 - The Decalogue (1989)

My journey through Roger Ebert’s The Great Movies has led me to some interesting films that I might not otherwise have seen; Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy is a master work of Indian cinema, but I wouldn’t have gotten to it without help. 2,182 more words

Film