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Critic Consensus: With awe-inspiring ambition to match its powerful assemblage of acting talent, The Decalogue stands as a singular achievement in writer-director Krzysztof Kieslowski's filmography -- as well as the history of Polish cinema.
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as Young Man/ Bicyclist / Survey Crewman
as Dorota Geller
as Taxi Driver
as Lazar Jacek
as Janusz's Wife
as Ticket Woman
as Michal's Friend
as Ewa Jezierska
as Police Inspector 
as Godmother 
as Blond Man 
In true Old Testament style, there is much at stake here -- the stories have their fair share of heartbreak, death, loss, tragedy and, thankfully, redemption too -- the very stuff, in other words, of human life and great drama.
See part of it, or see all of it. Just be glad it's around.
It's a plausible candidate as the richest, most accomplished European film of the '80s.
This is the product of a expert storyteller/filmmaker at the height of his craft, creating a masterwork the likes of which comes along only once in a great while.
The tales in Dekalog conduct a mesmerizing dialogue with God and science, with free will and fate, with the many ways in which indifference or cruelty echo and repeat down the generations.
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