With his Three Colors trilogy, Krzysztof Kieslowski became one of the most respected film directors in the world. One-tenth of his famous Decalogue, A Short Film About Killing, is presented on this disc with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. Supplemental materials include interviews with cinematographer Slawomir Idziak, film scholar Annette Insdorf, and fellow director Agnieszka Holland. A Kieslowski filmography, a theatrical trailer, and an essay on the film by Antonin Liehm round out this excellent release that is highly recommended to all film lovers.
Interview with cinematographer Slawomir Idziak; Interview with Kieslowski collaborator Annette Insdorf; Interview with filmmaker Agnieszka Holland; Examination of the film by writer Antonin Liehm; "A Night Porter's Point of View": A short documentary by Krzysztof Kieslowski; Kieslowski filmography; Theatrical trailer; A Kieslowski trailer gallery; Optional English subtitles; Enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs
Side #1 -- 1. Opening Titles [:06] 2. The Interview (I) [6:30] 3. Kinds of Benevolence [7:34] 4. A Taxi Stand [8:25] 5. The Fortune [3:23] 6. Another Fare [6:13] 7. The Killing (I) [3:44] 8. A Means of Escape [9:58] 9. A Difficult Verdict [2:13] 10. Final Preparations [6:36] 11. The Interview (II) [6:37] 12. The Killing (II) [9:05]
Side #1 -- Start Film Scene Selection Special Features Interview With Cinematographer Slawomir Idziak Play Interview Interview With Collaborator Annette Insdorf Play Interview Interview With Filmmaker Agnieszka Holland Play Interview Examination of the Film by Writer Antonin Liehm Play Interview "A Night Porter's Point of View" (1977, 17min.) Theatrical Trailer A Kieslowski Trailer Gallery A Short Film About Love (Krotki Film o Milosci, 1988) Blind Chance (Przypadek, 1987) No End (Bez Konca, 1985) Camera Buff (Amator, 1979) Play All Kieslowski Filmography Subtitle Options English Subtitles On English Subtitles Off