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The first of these was The Double Life of Veronique (La double vie de Veronique, 1990), which starred Irène Jacob.
The commercial success of this film gave Kieślowski the funding for his ambitious final films (1993–94), the trilogy Three Colors (Blue, White, Red), which explores the virtues symbolized by the French flag.
These focused on moral and metaphysical issues along lines similar to Dekalog and Blind Chance but on a more abstract level, with smaller casts, more internal stories, and less interest in communities.
Poland appeared in these films mostly through the eyes of European outsiders.
; 27 June 1941 – 13 March 1996) was a Polish film director and screenwriter.
He is known internationally for Dekalog (1989), The Double Life of Veronique (1991), and the Three Colors trilogy (1993–1994).
After several months of avoiding the draft, he was accepted to the school on his third attempt.
He attended Łódź Film School from 1964 to 1968, a period with a relatively high degree of artistic freedom.
In 1995 he received Academy Award nominations for Best Director and Best Writing.
Kieślowski lost his interest in theatre and decided to make documentary films.
Kieślowski's early documentaries focused on the everyday lives of city dwellers, workers, and soldiers.
Kieślowski had also planned to shoot a full-length version of Episode 9 under the title A Short Film About Jealousy, but exhaustion eventually prevented him from making what would have been his thirteenth film in less than a year.
Kieślowski's last four films, his most commercially successful, were foreign co-productions, made mainly with money from France and in particular from Romanian-born producer Marin Karmitz.
These films were shot in a documentary style with many nonprofessional actors; like his earlier films, they portrayed everyday life under the weight of an oppressive system, but without overt commentary.