A Scene From “The Double Life of Veronique” (Dir. Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1991)



4 thoughts on “A Scene From “The Double Life of Veronique” (Dir. Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1991)

  1. Gorgeous, play within a play. That is a truely beautiful scene. Have you seen “Dolls” by Takeshi Kitano? A similar structure. When we are going to see the rushes from your first film here?

  2. HAHA! I made a film for a school project. It was about my brother finding some money on the ground, walking around the park in 3D glasses and boarding a steam train. You will never see this lol. It’s on “videotape” whatever that is. I’ve also played a madman in someone elses film lol.

    Ah, LE CINEMA! Qu’est-ce que le cinĂ©ma?

    In the meantime, I’ll be content with being a poet who is influenced profoundly by my favourite filmmakers. I’m not sure whether writers are *supposed* to be influenced by cinema…hmmm. I think it’s perfectly possible.

    Takeshi Kitano? I have in my collection, soon to be viewed, “Hana-bi”. This is your influence haha.

  3. You’ll love Hana-bi. Sorry to be so obsessive pointing in the same direction, but you know me well enough to know that I am slow and monobrained, not like you young folk with your multitasking and everything all at once. As if you care about ‘supposed’. Amber rocks, you two would get on great but she is in a long term low writing self esteem period which is totally unjustified. Anyway, just drunk and too lazy to go to the email, how’s the trip going? Wanna know the honest truth? Of course you do, of all the people I’ve met since I have been in bloggoland you are one of only a tiny handful I trust, how wierd is that,

  4. What a gorgeous piece of film. Thanks for stopping by my blog..I’ve added you to my blogroll…your now a ‘must read’ for me. 🙂

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