Keswick Film Club - Three Colours Blue

Three Colours Blue (Trois couleurs: Bleu)

Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski Country: France
Cert: 15 Year: 1993 Length: 98 mins Language: French
Three Colours Blue


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Juliette Binoche, Benoit Regent, Winner Golden Lion and Best Actress: Venice 93
Blue is a study of notions of individual freedom in the modern world. A rich symphony of colour, music and emotion begins this three part cinematic meditation of the human condition within the present day. Julie is the only survivor of a car crash in which her composer husband and daughter die. Her life is shattered and she increasingly becomes reclusive, but her past catches up with her when a journalist tracks her down and confronts her with the accusation that it was actually she who was the composer of her husband's work.


open_quote 'Achieves a final profoundly moving admission that however much we may shun human contact,.. love, compassion and some kind of faith in powers unseen, touch us all. Stunning, astonishing, profoundly m close_quote Time Out

open_quote "A masterpiece of Kieslowski's genius" close_quote Independent

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