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Dekalog - The Ten Commandments - Part 1 DVD - £8.85 @ Zavvi
Dekalog - The Ten Commandments - Part 1 DVD - £8.85 @ Zavvi

Dekalog - The Ten Commandments - Part 1 DVD - £8.85 @ Zavvi

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Fantastic piece of foreign language television from the brilliant Krzysztof Kieslowski.

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Dekalog, from the acclaimed director of the 'Three Colours' trilogy, was premiered to unanimous glowing critical praise at the 1989 Venice Film Festival and its reputation as a cinematic masterpiece remains undiminished. The Ten Commandments, are equally captivating and powerful. The storied are set around the same Warsaw apartment block and focus on the complexities of human relationships. The themes are the universal ones of love, marriage, infidelity, parenthood, guilt, faith and compassion. The result is a unique and life enhancing look at various moral dilemmas faced by ordinary people in their daily lives. This 2 disc set features the first five films, including the hour long version of 'A Short Film About Killing'

parts 1 and 2 really needed seperate posts?

Good films, polish masterpiece

Didn't expected to see it here, on the deals... Well done. Nice find. Heat added.

Having wanted these a few years ago - and with Kieslowski being Polish - I took at look at some Polish sites and got the full ten delivered for about £20.

The pound has fallen since then - but I would be amazed if the full set of Polish DVDs would be over the zlotty equivalent of £30.

now showing at £15.85

Ironically, this boxset is OOP in Poland, so you won't get it there any longer.

Parts one and two are at Amazon for £9.38 & £9.28

Nothing for me, and I'm saying this despite being Polish myself. "Short film about killing" was the only part once worth seeing, now outdated as the capital punishment has been abolished long time ago

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"Short film about killing" was the only part once worth seeing, now … "Short film about killing" was the only part once worth seeing, now outdated as the capital punishment has been abolished long time ago



I think you've missed the point
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