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The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski : Variations on Destiny and Chance (Directors' Cuts) ebook

by Marek Haltof


Series: Directors' Cuts. I read four books on Kieslowski essentially simultaneously: (i) Double Lives, Second Chances, (ii) The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski, (iii) Krzysztof Kieslowski by Monika Maurer and (iv) Kieslowski on Kieslowski.

Series: Directors' Cuts. By ‘simultaneously’, I mean that I read just the specific content on each film, before watching that film on DVD.

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Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski : Variations on Destiny and Chance.

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Start by marking The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski: Variations on Destiny and Chance as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He draws a fascinating portrait of the stridently independent director's work, noting that Kieslowski was not afraid to express unpopular views in film or in life.

He draws a fascinating portrait of the stridently independent director's work, noting that Kieslowski was not afraid to express unpopular views in film or in life. Haltof also shows how the director's work remains unique in the context of Polish documentary and narrative cinema.

Kieślowski remains one of Europe's most influential directors, his works included in the study of film classes at universities . Haltof, Marek (2004). The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieślowski: Variations on Destiny and Chance. London: Wallflower Press. ISBN 1-903364-92-2 (hbk).

Kieślowski remains one of Europe's most influential directors, his works included in the study of film classes at universities throughout the world. The 1993 book Kieślowski on Kieślowski describes his life and work in his own words, based on interviews by Danusia Stok. He is also the subject of a biographical film, Krzysztof Kieślowski: I'm So-So (1995), directed by Krzysztof Wierzbicki. ISBN 1-903364-91-4 (pbk). Insdorf, Annette (2002). Double Lives, Second Chances: The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieślowski.

Directors' Cuts Wallflower Press Jun 30, 2004. Become a fan. Author Marek Haltof.

The 1993 book Kieślowski on Kieślowski describes his life and work in his own words, based on interviews by Danusia Stok.

Since his death in 1996, Krzysztof Kieslowski has remained the best-known contemporary Polish filmmaker and one of the most popular and respected European directors, internationally renowned for his ambitious Decalogue and Three Colors trilogy. In this new addition to the Directors'Cuts series, Marek Haltof provides a comprehensive study of Kieslowski's cinema, discussing industrial practices in Poland and stressing that the director did not fit the traditional image of a "great" East-Central European auteur. He draws a fascinating portrait of the stridently independent director's work, noting that Kieslowski was not afraid to express unpopular views in film or in life. Haltof also shows how the director's work remains unique in the context of Polish documentary and narrative cinema.
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I love Kieslowki's movies even when I don't quite understand them. I bought this book because at the time there was no one else to discuss White-Blue and Red, the Decalogue and The Secret Life.... etc with. Now my girlfriend and I watch them and refer to this book to enrich our understanding and appreciation. It accomplishes this task admirably.
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(Amazon Reviews is not really set up for comparisons. I read four books on Kieslowski essentially simultaneously: (i) Double Lives, Second Chances, (ii) The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski, (iii) Krzysztof Kieslowski by Monika Maurer and (iv) Kieslowski on Kieslowski. By ‘simultaneously’, I mean that I read just the specific content on each film, before watching that film on DVD. I regard (i) as the best of the four - although (ii) is a very close second. So my review of (i) will be the most detailed. If any reader happens to find any review of interest, (s)he might choose to look at one or more of the others.)

(ii) (IMHO) gives a little less personal insight than (i) but provides very welcome extension by comprehensive reference to other commentators on the films. In particular, whilst the author of (i) is clearly a huge fan of Kieslowski , (ii) is not shy of referring to critical comments on his films, and whilst I - as a similarly huge fan - may not always agree with them, learning of them is thought-provoking.

I shall return to this book regularly.
The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieslowski : Variations on Destiny and Chance (Directors' Cuts) ebook
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