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Originally produced for Polish TV, Kieslowski's 10-hour epic offers moments from the lives of residents of a late-Communist era Warsaw apartment complex. Each of the segments is a modern retelling of the Ten Commandments as the individuals confront morality, ethics, betrayal, and a variety of human frailities and crises. Polish with subtitles.

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Available on Running time 584 minutes. Originally from Polish.

Cast and Crew

Adapted from the Bible, Adultery
Krzysztof Kieslowski, Krzysztof Piesiewicz
Krystyna Janda, Aleksander Bardini, Maja Komorowska, Daniel Olbrychski, Janusz Gajos, Maria Pakulnis, Jerzy Stuhr, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Boguslaw Linda, Artur Barcis, Henryk Baranowski
Wieslaw Zdort, Edward Klosinski, Krysztof Pakulski, Slawomir Idziak, Witold Adamek, Dariusz Kuc, Andrzej Jaroszewicz, Piotr Sobocinski, Jacek Blawut
Krzysztof Kieslowski
Zbigniew Preisner

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The Decalogue
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The Decalogue came out in 1988 and has a total running time of 584 minutes. This film is spoken in Polish with English subtitles. Krzysztof Kieslowski directed this film. Krystyna Janda, Aleksander Bardini, Maja Komorowska, Daniel Olbrychski and Janusz Gajos star in The Decalogue. The Decalogue is broken down into ten films. Each one is based on one of the Ten Commandments.