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"The Double Life of Veronique" directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski (1991)

Irene Jacob, who would collaborate again with Kieslowski in the second installment of his “Three Colors” trilogy, plays a double role in this film as Weronika, a young Polish woman who is a choir soprano, and Veronique, an equally young French music teacher. 204 more words

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Stephen Daldry, Alan Rickman Pay Tribute to Cinematographers, Kieslowski at Camerimage

BYDGOSZCZ, Poland – British director Stephen Daldry paid tribute to the cinematographers who he had worked alongside, when he accepted the excellence in directing award at the opening ceremony on Saturday of the 22nd edition of Camerimage, a festival in Poland devoted to the art of cinematography. 861 more words

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Alan Rickman to Receive Camerimage's Kieslowski Award

LONDON — British actor-director Alan Rickman is to receive the Camerimage film festival’s Krzysztof Kieslowski Award.

Rickman will present his latest film as a director and actor, “Little Chaos,” at the fest. 274 more words

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'Three Colors: Red' (1994) - 20 Years Later

Directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski

Miramax (U.S.)

Rated R, 99 min.

NOTE: Spoilers galore!

In a later scene of Kieslowski’s Three Colors: Red, Valentine, a young model, helps an elderly woman throw away an item of trash into a receptacle she can barely reach. 1,001 more words

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KRZYSZTOF KIEŚLOWSKI

This week Declan’s MASTER SHOT essay on Krzysztof Kieślowski’s work picks apart the director’s unique blend of the realistic and the metaphysical. From his early documentaries to the masterful  2,687 more words

MASTER SHOT

Trois Couleurs: Rouge (Three Colors: Red)

Thus Kieślowski’s Three Colors: Red conceals and completes the tripatite greatness of this trilogy, in shades of red passion, tunes of musical wizardry and themes of fraternal poetry. 1,010 more words

Trois Couleurs: Blanc (Three Colors: White)

The irony in the Three Colors Trilogy is wittier than that of many other satirical films on society’s customs, because its characters aren’t wickedly clever, cynical or deliberately evil: they’re everyday people and the consequences of their actions y’re not fully aware of the consequences of their actions. 529 more words