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Blindspot 2017: The English Patient (1996)

Directed by Anthony Minghella and being the recipient of a whole lot of Oscar attention at the 69th Academy Awards, The English Patient (1996) is one of those films that you know is an epic before you even watch it. Its reputation precedes it. Its synopsis is as follows: At the close of WWII, a young nurse […]

Thoughts On… Godzilla (2014)

This was a film that I was slightly hyped about for quite a long time. For some reason, though, I never went to see it in cinemas. Which may or may not be a shame, as I ended up watching it instead on a tiny airplane screen. Godzilla (2014, dir. Gareth Edwards) is, as you […]

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: Blue (1993): “I don’t want any more friends, belongings, love. They’re all traps.”

Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy comprises three films: Blue (1993), White (1994), and Red (1994). The three films are based on the famous ideals of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, and fraternity. I’ll be posting separately about all three, and then posting an overall review comparing and contrasting them as a trilogy.