Review: Dekalog, 2016, dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski

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Have you seen Dekalog, Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieślowski’s groundbreaking 10 hour television film of biblical design? No? Okay, lemme break it down for you: You should see Dekalog, Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieślowski’s groundbreaking 10 hour television film of biblical design. 10 hours is a lot of hours for sure, but the film is really ten one hour films as opposed to one ten hour film, and if that still sounds daunting, then consider that you watched all of Stranger Things in a fucking day. You can spare a few more hours to watch this in theaters or on Criterion (as it is being release on Blu-ray by that boutique label this month). Yeah, that’s right, you hypocrite, I’ve got your number. I’ve also got your attention, and now I will kindly ask you to go to The Playlist and read my review, because you are just so nice and I love ya so much.

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