Polish film director Krzusztof Kieslowski scored major successes during the post-communist transition, when many of his Eastern European colleagues were short of funding and uncertain about what to film. He died last month at age 54, following heart bypass surgery by JAN CLEAVE WHEN KRZYSZTOF Kieslowski was asked why he had lived in Poland all […]

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