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Kieślowski's cup of tea (Sight & Sound Top ten poll)

by ultimaV
Kieślowski's cup of tea (Sight & Sound Top ten poll) by ultimaV
In Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind 41/2, Krzysztof Kieslowski wrote: “I was recently asked by the editors of Sight & Sound to make a list of the ten films which have most affected me. Here is my list — although the order is by no means significant (film number one could be number ten and vice versa): La Strada by Fellini; Kes by Ken Loach; Un Condamné à mort s’est echappé by Robert Bresson; The Pram by Widerberg; Intimate Lighting by Ivan Passer; The Sunday Musicians by Karabasz; Ivan’s Childhood by Tarkovsky; Les Quatre cents coups by Truffaut; Citizen Kane by Orson Welles; The Kid by Chaplin.” Regarding this statement, We… Read more
In Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind 41/2, Krzysztof Kieslowski wrote: “I was recently asked by the editors of Sight & Sound to make a list of the ten films which have most affected me. Here is my list — although the order is by no means significant (film number one could be number ten and vice versa): La Strada by Fellini; Kes by Ken Loach; Un Condamné à mort s’est echappé by Robert Bresson; The Pram by Widerberg; Intimate Lighting by Ivan Passer; The Sunday Musicians by Karabasz; Ivan’s Childhood by Tarkovsky; Les Quatre cents coups by Truffaut; Citizen Kane by Orson Welles; The Kid by Chaplin.” Regarding this statement, We sorted the films in in chronological order:

1. The Kid (1921) Charles Chaplin
2. Citizen Kane (1941) Orson Welles
3. La strada (1954) Federico Fellini
4. A Man Escaped (1956) Robert Bresson
5. The 400 Blows (1959) François Truffaut
6. The Musicians (1960) Kazimierz Karabasz
7. Ivan’s Childhood (1962) Andrei Tarkovsky
8. THE PRAM (1962) Bo Widerberg (unavailable)
9. Intimate Lighting (1965) Ivan Passer
10. Kes (1969) Ken Loach

Kieslowski on the Bergman Complex:

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