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Institute of Contemporary Arts
Dekalog, dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski, Poland, 1988

Dekalog has achieved that rare feat of being a foreign-language feature that is internationally popular, not only with film critics, but also with the viewing public. How exactly did this 10-part cycle, originally made for television in communist Poland and loosely based around the Ten Commandments, find such success? The answer lies in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s ability to transplant broader moral dilemmas into the everyday lives of its characters, to dramatise rather than dictate reality, to find the universal resonance in seemingly local issues – and to do all of this with a strikingly mature aesthetic, hitherto unseen on most television sets.

The ICA and Kinoteka present the cycle in ten parts, from 14 to 28 May.
Currently not available
07:00 pm
Fri, 14 May 2021
Cinema 3
Full price: £15
ICA Members: Free

The film is only available to audiences in the UK. Please do not book if outside the UK, as you will not be able to access the film.

One ticket is valid for all ten individual parts and are available to purchase until 21 May, 7pm.

Programme and Streaming times:

Dekalog, One: 14 – 21 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Two: 15 – 22 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Three: 16 – 23 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Four and Five: 18 – 25 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Six and Seven: 19 – 26 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Eight and Nine: 20 – 27 May, 7pm
Dekalog, Ten: 21 – 28 May, 7pm

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