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Brandy E over 2 years ago
a classic
Natalie 5 years ago
loved the visuals (COLORS) but felt no sympathy toward julie/anyone and was v bored tbh
Juan Jimenez over 5 years ago
My favourite out of the three. Binoche exemplifies how freedom comes from ourselves.
Austin over 5 years ago
Juliette Binoche is amazing in this character study that contemplates emotional freedom.
Annika Løchte Taylor over 5 years ago
A beautiful cinematic feeling overshadows the story in my memory, but I recall it was good
Catherine 9 months ago
Milda 10 months ago
Mobina Parvaneh over 1 year ago
Ali Çolpan 2 years ago
CHRISTOPHER MULAI over 2 years ago
Türkü over 2 years ago
Roxana Parsa over 2 years ago
Lino Monteiro 3 years ago
Mennah Ahmed Maher over 3 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Amir Hossein Azad over 3 years ago
Melih Manisalıgil over 3 years ago
Faith Cameletti almost 4 years ago
Three Colors: Blue (French: Trois Couleurs: Bleu, Polish: Trzy kolory. Niebieski) is a 1993 French drama film written, produced, and directed by the acclaimed Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski. Blue is the first of three films that comprise The Three Colors Trilogy, themed on the French Revolutionary ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity; it is followed by White and Red. According to Kieślowski, the subject of the film is liberty, specifically emotional liberty, rather than its social or political meaning. Set in Paris, the film is about a woman whose husband and child are killed in a car accident. Suddenly set free from her familial bonds, she attempts to cut herself off from everything and live in isolation from her former ties, but finds that she cannot free herself from human connections. Julie (Juliette Binoche), wife of the famous composer Patrice de Courcy, must cope with the death of her husband and daughter in an automobile accident she herself survives. While...
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