Three Colors: Blue (Trois Couleurs: Bleu) Reviews

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May 5, 2004
March 18, 2004
Bathed in deep blue hues of depression and desolation by cinematographer Slawomir Idziak, Binoche justly earned several awards as Kieslowski's numbed heroine.
October 3, 2003
August 22, 2003
July 20, 2003
A moody and mesmerizing film about mourning by Polish writer and director Krzysztof Kieslowski.
June 13, 2003
As the French might say, "Se manifique.'
June 2, 2003
May 5, 2003
March 26, 2003
Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy is shaping up to be an admirable exercise in interconnected cinema, but for a truly transcendent experiment in this vein, it's hard to top Krzysztof Kieslowski's dazzling trio from 1993-94.
February 28, 2003
slow and difficult, and to some extent, that's what Kieslowski wanted
February 4, 2003
January 24, 2003
January 20, 2003
Kieslowski's film never says too much or too little, as it allows all the blue colors infused in it to set the tone to mirror the heroine's experiences.
August 10, 2002
July 9, 2002
It is worthy of being measured by its individual merits; however, only when viewed as the opening to Kieslowski's "Three Colors" does it garner further meaning ...
June 18, 2002
Many moments will surely linger in the memory.
June 12, 2002
Even in such a visually sumptuous work, Kieslowski is brave enough to tell us -- through blackouts, blurred focus and commanding stillness -- not to look, but simply to listen.
January 1, 2001
January 1, 2000
A sad but fascinating little treatise on grief.
January 1, 2000
Blue is a movie that engages the mind, challenges the senses, implores a resolution, and tells, with aesthetic grace and formal elegance, a good story and a political allegory.
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