Decalogue I

Decalogue I ★★★★★

this film speaks to my soul. it’s short & succinct but remarkably poignant in its analysis on grief and faith. the father and son relationship centered in the film is rooted in the delicate, inquisitive guise of the child, asking and inquiring in ways unfettered from the grasp of adult restriction. this movie is piercing and abundant in ways for the audience can relate and become invested in the lives of the characters on screen. keislowsky did a wonderful job building this world. it’s empathetic pull is truly remarkable. the use of technology is brilliant and enriches the interconnected nature of the film. this movie is based on relationships in which the audience takes part and feels as their friends, cousins, sons, or fathers feel. beautiful beautiful beautiful

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