This felt like a poetic and depressing Rear Window... Honestly, I never really appreciated this until I read some reviews. It was then that I finally understood what it was going for. I could have rated this higher if I was strongly engrossed by this on my first watch.
The slow and serious style of the film sets the mood of the feeling of loneliness and innocent desire. It was an interesting look on the voyeurism and contemplation of a lonely young man that fell in love with a promiscuous woman. I loved the exploration of emotions between the two characters and how it gave an ironic ending, as the woman, being the object of voyeurism, becomes the voyeur herself.
sidenote: I did not know that this was an extended version of an episode of the Dekalog series, I am still yet to binge Kieslowski's works. His directing is exceptional!!