The Polish director is in talkative mood in one of the last interviews he's thought to have given. The film - cheaply, simply, but effectively made by two London students - highlights his no-nonsense pragmatism, his dislike of politics and of being regarded as a Polish artist (he rightly believes his films treat universal dilemmas), and his modesty. Slightly less conspicuous is Kielsowski's dry sense of humour though a question about Loach's influence does elicit the droll, 'I never made a film about a boy and his kestrel.'
Eileen Anipare, Jason Wood
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