By Krzysztof Kieślowski
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It’s only when you’ve done you find it. I know all those arguments. this work that you can see a certain order Unfortunately, that’s only theory while in in events and their effects. practice they do show you. I know masses of people who feel wonderful after- 35 wards. But I also know a great many peo- of young people who wanted to hold posi- ple who feel terrible and I think that even tions of power in the School, but they those who feel good today won’t feel so were advocates of experimental cinema.
Theatre Technicians. I wasn’t bad at Do you remember the first take of a film history of the cinema and so on. But, to by Orson Welles? Or, Do you remember be honest, I was a pretty naive boy – or the final sentence of Crime and Punish- man, really, because I was over twenty – ment? Why do you have to water flowers? pretty naive and not very bright. Anyway, They asked all sorts of things. They tried I clearly remember what they asked me, to work out your intelligence, your asso- in one of those last exams – an oral which ciation of ideas, because they were trying was to decide whether or not I’d be accep- to see if you could describe things.
Course, you could, no doubt, call my going I don’t know whether I’ve ever wat- to film school the biggest mistake I ever ched a film I’ve made. I once went in to a made. screening for a moment during some fest- The film industry is in a bad conditi- ival, in Holland I think it was. But that on the whole world over. It’s very nice to was for just a few minutes when I went in celebrate a silver wedding but it’s good to see whether Personnel had aged. I only if the married couple feel well, still decided it had aged a bit and left.