P.J. Craven wrote:Was Kieslowski a believer in God? I have no idea.
That's news to me, too, so I did a quick research*: He was a believer in a supreme force who was smart enough to know that his belief has nothing to do with the existence of such a force. The most direct quote I found (my own word-by-word on the fly translation):
Krzysztof Kieslowski wrote:As a child I found the idea of God as a very moving and purifying one, I suppose the naivety was the source of that, the naivety of the 6 or 8 year old child I was back then. And honestly speaking this naivety is a good thing, as it allows one to be close to something one believes in without any additional thoughts or obligations, this is why there so many people who are happy because they believe in God. <cut in the interview>. It <God> has to be some sort of reference point, it has to be something we can refer to, something which is an ultimate criterion of everything we do. If there is a God, he is probably something like that
*this sounds way better than 'I googled that', no?