Krzysztof Kieslowski: I'm So-So...
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This Danish documentary surveys the life of Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski. He is best known for his Three Colors Trilogy that is comprised of the films Blue, White and Red. In conversations filmed just a few months before his death, documentary director Krzysztof Wierzbicki attempts to probe Kieslowski on his work, life and philosophy. Given Kieslowski's unforthcoming response to questions about why he made his internationally acclaimed television series, The Decalogue, however, it appears that the interviews were not extremely informative, though they do give one an appreciation… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Kieslowski conveys the sadness of a world-weary sage."
‑ Stephen Holden, New York Times
"This documentary offers a warm and humorous portrait of one of modern-days most innovative and compelling storytellers."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"For film lovers whose only knowledge of Kieslowski comes from works like the Three Colours trilogy or The Double Life of Veronique, this documentary will surely whet the appetite for more."
‑ Dan Jardine, Apollo Guide
"He comes across as a modest, wryly funny, and intensely intellectual man, and his comments on both the ethics of filmmaking and his own work, from Camera Buff to the Three Colors trilogy, are fascinating."
‑ Ted Shen, Chicago Reader
"a feature-length film of interviews with one of the greatest directors"
‑ Brian Gibson, Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
"Anyone not familiar with Kieslowski's films will likely be frustrated; simply put, he's not the most animated documentary subject. But for anyone who misses his unique voice... it should be a pleasure."
‑ Keith Phipps, AV Club
"This little movie, a soft pencil sketch of a life that should be etched in stone, is an intriguing glimpse through a doorway left slightly ajar."
‑ Bridget Byrne, Boxoffice Magazine
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