Short films by Krzysztof Kieslowski | Chicago Reader

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Two early black-and-white dramas by the Polish director, both firmly rooted in his experience as a documentary maker. For Curriculum Vitae (1975, 45 min.) Kieslowski cast the real-life members of a Communist Party committee as themselves and asked them to decide the fate of a fictional party official whose sympathies toward labor have made his loyalty suspect. Underground Passage (1973, 30 min.) takes place mostly in a subway station gift shop, where a lonely husband goes looking for the wife his infidelities have driven away. Both are in Polish with subtitles.

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