Hope (Nadzieja)
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Hope (Nadzieja)
With the Polish-language drama Hope (2007), scribe and longtime Kieslowski collaborator Krzysztof Piesiewicz resurrects the tone, feel and themes of their classic Decalogue, by scripting a highly cerebral meditation on morality and ethos. Rafal Fundalej stars as Francis, a clever idealist who works in a church alongside his janitor dad. Late one night, Francis borrows his girlfriend Clare's (Kamilla Baar) video camera, to catch a dangerous art thief, Benedict (Wojciech Pszoniak) lifting an ancient tile from the building. Before long, the young man reaps the vengeance of the burglar, who… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Story's tone never wavers and effortlessly integrates cinematography, score and editing to create a clean, carefully constructed style that nevertheless feels natural -- and more often than not recalls the films Piesiewicz made with Kieslowski."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij, european-films.net
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