In January 1987 Polish Television decides to go forward with the production of the 10 episode television series "Decalogue". Kieslowski also obtained governmental approval to produce two episodes (V and VI - "Short Film About Love" and "Short Film About Killing) in cinematic versions. Filming began in March.
In the Catholic monthly magazine "General Overview" a lampoon of the director appears.
Some former colleagues - for various reasons - refuse to cooperate with the director on “The Decalogue”.
Production of all the episodes of "The Decalogue" lasted - with small breaks - almost two years.
"Blind Chance", after a six years 'grace period', is allowed in Polish cinemas. However it is mainly shown in film clubs. It's also presented out of competition at many festivals - including Cannes, Amsterdam, Moscow.
At the Film Festival in Gdansk Kieslowski's script for “Blind Chance” receives an award.