Cinematography and ending remark.
I've only watched this movie today (yes, shame on me), and it really impressed me.
The cinematography is really masterful. Having watched another polish film last week, "Sex Mission", I thought that was the norm those times in Polish cinema. Boy, I was wrong.
A down-side of seeing this movie now, after being spoilt by modern cinema, is that the final scene was so predictable. I kept telling myself "please don't, please don't"... and then in happened. This was surely more shocking in the time and age the film was made.
One more thing- I'm curious if the screenplay was more detailed. More specifically, the girl's husband from reality no. 2. It feels like he could have been related to what happens in the end, because of his job.