The subject of Krzysztof Wierzbicki’s 1995 video documentary is filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski, an icon of Poland’s post-Solidarity cinema who died of a heart attack the following year at age 55. Wierzbicki, a protege of Kieslowski’s, interviews people who claim to know the filmmaker well, including a psychotherapist, a priest, and a clairvoyant, and Kieslowski himself chats with the director and his crew—some of them his longtime associates. He comes across as a modest, wryly funny, and intensely intellectual man, and his comments on both the ethics of filmmaking and his own work, from Camera Buff (1979) to the “Three Colors” trilogy, are fascinating. 56 min.