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Three Colours Trilogy (1993; 1994): A revolutionary triplet of films.

I recently had the privilege of watching the three films that make up Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy: Blue (1993), White (1994), and Red (1994). The three films contain separate storylines, but also have interconnecting moments, elements, and events. In this review, as opposed to my previous reviews of each individual film, I will consider […]

Three Colours: Red (1994): “Justice doesn’t deal with the innocent.”

The Three Colours trilogy, directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski, consists of three films: Blue (1993), White (1994), and lastly, Red (1994). This conclusion to the trilogy confronts the French Revolutionary ideal of fraternity, or brotherhood. It lays bare the connections between all three films and, true to Kieślowski’s directing style throughout the whole trilogy, is a mesmerising visual […]