|aBlind chance|cFilm Polski ; Zespo Filmowy Tor ; scenariusz i rezyseria Krzysztof Kieslowski /Film Polski ; Zespo Filmowy Tor ; written and directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski.|h[videorecording]/
|aTaipei, Taiwan :|bdiscributed by Cineplex, |c19-?
|a1 videocassette (122 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aIn Polish with English subtitles.
|aOriginally produced as motion picture in 1981.
|a"533"--Spine of container insert.
|aPhotography, Krzysztof Pakulski ; film editor, Elzbieta Kurkowska ; music, Wojciech Kilar.
|aBogusaw Linda (Witek Dugosz), Tadeusz omnicki (Werner), Zbigniew Zapasiewicz (Adam), Bogusawa Pawelec (Czuszka), Marzena Tryba?a (Werka), Jacek Borkowski (Marek), Jacek Sas-Uchrynowski (Daniel), Adam Ferency (Ksia?dz), Monika Goz?dzik (Olga), Zygmunt Hubner (Dziekan), Irena Byrska (Ciotka).
|a"Blind chance" depicts three potential lifestories of one and the same man. First, he is a party activist, then a dissident, and finally a physician fulfilling his humanitarian duties. Each incarnation is a result of blind chance, just as the life of every man may take a different course depending on whether he turns to the right or to the left after leaving the hotel. The film tries to establish the relationship between one's freedom and duty. Its basic message is that man should follow certain principles in his life regardless of the circumstances.