Heaven, Hell and Purgatory2002 — 2007
Krzysztof Kieslowski trilogy co-written with Krzysztof Piesiewicz, consisting of Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory and inspired by Dante's The Divine Comedy. As was originally intended for the Decalogue, the scripts were ostensibly intended to be given to other directors for filming, but Kieślowski's untimely death means it is unknown whether he might have broken his self-imposed retirement to direct the trilogy himself. The only completed screenplay, Heaven, was filmed by Tom Tykwer and released in 2002. The other two scripts existed only as thirty-page treatments at the time of Kieślowski's death; Piesiewicz has since completed these screenplays, with Hell — directed by Bosnian director Danis Tanović and starring Emmanuelle Béart — released in 2005, whilst Purgatory, which is about a photographer killed in the Bosnian war, remains unproduced. The 2007, Ibo Kurdo and Stanislaw Mucha directed Nadzieja (Hope), also scripted by Piesiewicz may be considered the third part of this trilogy.