Polish: Blind Chance

Polish: Blind Chance

Poland, 1981, 123 Minute Running Time

New Digital Restoration!

Kieslowski explores the autonomy of human choices by presenting three alternative versions of the life of 20-year old Witek, whose whole future depends on whether he can catch a train. Blind Chance was heavily censored by the communist regime, due to its anti-Communist messages. This now restored version of the film includes scenes never before shown to the public.

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