Writers: Krzysztof Kieslowski, Krzysztof Piesiewicz
Cast: Irene Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Frederique Feder
Final entry in a trilogy of films dealing with contemporary French society concerns a model who discovers her neighbor is keen on invading people's privacy.
This is Kieslowski's last film as he died two years later. As a standalone film, it is the best film of the trilogy but its better to take the three films as a whole. It is similar to Double Life of Veronique in the sense that in this film also by the end you will realize that a single character resides in two bodies. It is the most Lynchian Kieslowski film.
Kieslowski had announced retiring after this project but was working on a script for another trilogy with his collaborator Piesiewicz with themes Heaven, Hell and Purgatory. First one was later made by Tom Tykwer. Three Colors trilogy and Decalogue alone is enough for Kieslowski to be considered among the greatest of them all. Shame that he died early at the age of 54.