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  1. Superfrog's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    Strong conceptually with huge tension building in places. Graphically impressive in photography, especially the portrait lighting in places.

  2. Ghostman's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    An uncomfortable/disturbing look at the electra complex and father/daughter relationships. A creepy watch. I think it's a rebuke of the relationship and that the letter was true. The commandment this one's on is clearly Honour thy father and thy mother and it is a test to see the boundaries & hypocrisies of so called rules like what was done with the other pieces. Strange to see some to want the letter to be a lie

  3. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Decalogue IV

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    >>> Un chef- d'oeuvre incontournable ! www.cinefiches.com

  5. Boyuan123's rating of the film Decalogue IV

  6. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    A self-consciously theatrical two-hander, wondering (in a weirdly Freudian style) if the parent-child relationship can be kept sacred from all the otherwise omnipresent troubles/urges/complications between people. And a human suggestion that maybe predicating life on a lie isn't always a bad idea.

  7. Vincent T's rating of the film Decalogue IV

  8. Aardsy's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    Leaving the apartment to get milk...

  9. A47's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    He covers you in a sweater and sits you on his knee... He hums gently in your ear. "You were waiting for me, weren't you?" All in a letter, all for naught, and yet we wish it weren't so. Or do we?

  10. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Decalogue IV

    "Honour thy father and thy mother". Not the best episode but still recommended.

  11. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Decalogue IV

  12. G. Thomas Esmay's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    8/10. A kinky tale about the unraveling relationship between a father and a daughter after the daughter learns of her true parentage.

  13. Kamran's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    Polish legend Janusz Gajos (Three Colors: White, Interrogation) is movingly understated in his role as a conflicted father accepting but unresponsive to his mixed feelings for the daughter that never truly was. A scintillating look at an unusual father-daughter relationship and what it reveals about platonic love. 88/100 - Excellent. (4.5)

  14. anarresti's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    (humongous spoiler) Like a freudian magician, Kieślowski creates the most surprising device, so we can investigate the fantasmatic incest desires/fantasies menacing/defining a father-daugther relationship. Brilliant and simple.

  15. ioakimintilkisi's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    şeker kral, zencefilli çörek, bademli kurabiye prenses

  16. ihor's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    My personal favorite of the Decalogue. Sometimes it seems the truth is too terrifying to try and find out or is just irrelevant to the present situation.

  17. lazycalm's rating of the film Decalogue IV

    "Honor thy 'father' and thy mother."