But is directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski. It changes everything...
Kieslowski has this taste and mastery for using simplicity and realism that makes me soft that everytime I watched his film and on the end of it I was like, thank God I am enlightened or I become speechless or my tears would just go down. And even if this one is a love story, still it isn't as "spoonfeeding" type as the usual love story that we would encounter.. this guy never fail me..
My least favourite of Kieślowski’s major works - it’s a uniquely cold and more distant entry into his oeuvre, and I may even prefer the relative concision of its corresponding Decalogue episode. But it’s certainly still an intriguing take on voyeurism, and it’s also hard not to hold some admiration at least for the graceful presentation and sombre humanism - welcoming staples of the director’s work.
"Somewhere there waiteth in this world of ours For one lone soul another lonely soul, Each choosing each through all the weary hours And meeting strangely at one sudden goal. Then blend they, like green leaves wiht golden flowers, Into one beautiful and perfect whole; And life's long night is ended, and the way Lies open onward to eternal day." Destiny - Sir Edward Arnold
Erotic, Intimate, and enigmatic masterpiece of Krzysztof Kieslowski. A sublime discussion between the thin line of love and mere lust. Sometimes, pure love comes from the dark chambers of desire. Is it a true love? or is it just a devil of desire play it's trick on your mind? There's never be an absolute answer. Nevertheless, it's a beautiful feeling