This film is screening as part of the ICA's Krzysztof Kieślowski: The Decalogue 25th Anniversary Retrospective.
Chicago Reader review:
There's no question that Krzysztof Kieslowski's cowriter Krzysztof Piesiewicz had a decisive impact on The Decalogue and Three Colors, and this 1984 feature, their first collaboration, often seems like a trial run for Blue. A young lawyer (Jerzy Radziwilowicz, known for his work with Wajda, Godard, and Rivette) dies in 1982, when Poland is under martial law, and his death affects not only his widow (Grazyna Szapolowska) but the case against a young strike leader whose defense has been taken up by the lawyer's mentor (Aleksander Bardini). Despite an awkward and unnecessary narrative frame involving the lawyer's ghost, this is terse, suggestive, and pungent, with juicy performances by Bardini and Szapolowska. In Polish with subtitles. 107 min.Jonathan Rosenbaum
Here (and above is an extract).