Kieslowski once said, both the deep believer and the habitual skeptic experience toothaches in exactly the same way of elephants and toothaches takes seriously the range of thought, from theological to skeptical, condensed in the cycle's quite human tales.
There should definitely be a section on kieslowski's anti-communism that is extremely harsh i'm removing the attributed quote until someone can find a source calends 05:32, 30 january 2014 (utc) i just found this about the quote in question: cinema, religion, and the romantic legacy by paul coates. Krzysztof kieslowski  polish film director krzysztof kieslowski  (1941-1996) is considered one of his country's most important filmmakers he began his career in the 1960s making politically subversive documentaries under poland's communist regime.
Since kieslowski produced works of fiction, the viewer will not find philosophical and religious treatises but the eyes and minds of the believer will clearly recognize the jewish-christian tradition and spirituality that frame the stories, most notably since the decalogue.
Krzysztof kieslowski interviewed for three colours red polish film director krzysztof kieslowski has decided to retire as life behind the camera no longer appeals. But instead of copying and pasting the commandments into religious tales of morality, kieslowski and frequent writing partner krzysztof piesiewicz take the laws out of their biblical context and embed them in the messiness of real lives characters are given the room and space to actually live, be it through failure, pain, suffering, or loss.
Religion and violence what is religion religion is the belief in a god or in a group of gods, or an organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a god or a group of gods, or it can be an interest, a belief, or an activity that is very important to a person or group. Krzysztof kieslowski has shaped the cinema of the past 35 years from his days of documentary filmmaking up to his international coproduction’s that would serve as his last testament to the cinema, which he loved and acknowledged throughout his filmography.
Kieslowski was brought up in a tiny isolated town 'where politics didn't penetrate' his mother was a clerk, his father permanently sick with tb, the biggest local event was a neighbour painting his house, and all he knew was the rush of freedom 'there was no sense of being repressed if i wanted to play football, i played football.
There are too many things in the world which divide people, such as religion, politics, history, and nationalism if culture is capable of anything, then it is finding that which unites us all and there are so many things which unite people. Kieslowski was born on june 27, 1941, in warsaw, poland his father was a civil engineer and his mother was an office clerk kieslowski's father suffered from tuberculosis, requiring him to stay in various sanatoria and the family moved frequently to be near him. Mixtec evangelicals is a comparative ethnography of four mixtec communities in oaxaca, detailing the process by which economic migration and religious conversion combine to change the social and cultural makeup of predominantly folk-catholic communities.