Previously at the ICA - Films
28 Nov 2014
The Decalogue 3 sees a taxi driver help an ex-girlfriend on Christmas Eve. This episode tells the desperate story of a woman, Ewa, who wants to ruin the sacred holiday of her former lover and his family.
The Decalogue 4 has a young woman discovering that the man she always believed to be her father is not in fact biologically related to her. This episode is a journey through the unstable and ambiguous nature of love.
This screening will feature an Intro by Matilda Mroz
Matilda Mroz is Senior Lecturer in Film and Visual Culture at the University of Greenwich and Associate Editor of the Journal Studies in Eastern European Cinema, with various publications including an exploration of Kieslowski's The Decalogue.
The Decalogue 3 & 4, dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski, 57 mins + 57 mins, Poland 1989
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