I am a big fan of the work of the Polish film director, Krzysztof Kieslowski. I regularly revisit many of his films and consider them some of my favorite artworks of the latter Twentieth Century. These films include, The Double Life of Véronique, The Colors Trilogy (Blue, White and Red), and The Dekalog. Kieslowski often colloborated with the Polish composer, Zbigniew Preisner on these films. Preisner's sparse scoring seems to lend an extra layer of austere beauty to these important cinematic works.
Just tonight, I ran across a short film by Kieslowski's teacher, Kazimierz Karabasz. The film is a documentary about an amateur band comprised of tram drivers from Warsaw. It seems as if nothing is happening, yet I find the film to be strangely moving and beautiful. Give it a view!