Karol (Polish) marries Dominique (French) and moves to Paris. The marriage breaks down and Dominique divorces Karol, forcing him into the life of a metro beggar and eventually back to Poland. However, he never forgets Dominique and while building a new life for himself in Warsaw he begins to plot.
Did You Know?
shared that Krzysztof Kieslowski
would sit under the camera and chain-smoke. Because he always sat under the camera, he was in very close proximity to the actors during close-ups. She continued that this was reassuring, as he was solely focused on his actors, but sometimes it could be distracting. See more
After the court-room scene, Karol Karol is throwing up, but we can't hear a "vomit splash", and there isn't vomit in the closet. See more
What counts on bridge is memory.
And mine is excellent.
Referenced in Wielkie rzeczy: Gra
To ostatnia niedziela
(This Last Sunday) (uncredited)
Music by Jerzy Petersburski
and words by Zenon Frejdwald
Played on the comb by Karol in the subway See more