Poland, in the politically turbulent late 1970s: Witek is running to catch a train. From this banal event, Krzystof Kieslowski, the director of `Dekalog` and the `Three Colours` trilogy, imagines three different possible outcomes in the young man`s life. In the first scenario Witek catches the train on which he meets some hard line communists and joins the party. In the second, as Witek runs for the train, his path is blocked by a ticket inspector, the ensuing struggle leads to his arrest and subsequent involvement in the political underground. In the final scenario, Witek misses the train and he returns to the medical studies that he intended to abandon. He falls in love with a female student, gets married and lives a quiet life as a doctor, showing little interest in politics.
Interview With Kieslowski Collaborator Annette Insdorf, Interview With Filmmaker Agnieska Holland, Workshop Exercises Short Film By Marcel Lonzinski, Kieslowski Filmography
Release Date: 29 September 2003
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Running Time: 124 minutes
Production Year: 1981
Main Language: Polish