Three Colors: Red (1994)

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  • Irène Jacob in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • Krzysztof Kieslowski and Piotr Sobocinski in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • Irène Jacob in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • Irène Jacob in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • Irène Jacob and Jean-Louis Trintignant in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • Irène Jacob in Three Colors: Red (1994)

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22 October 2005 | howie73
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| A masterwork
The final part of Kieslowski's trilogy based on the colors of the French flag finds the director at peace with the metaphysical and transcendent nature of the cinematic image. In Red, imagery is paramount, as well as the obvious but clever color coding. However, rather than adhering to empty aesthetic contrivances based on the 'cinema du look', Kieslowski's Red is a multi-layered, densely plotted meditation on the nature of fate and love. In Red, love and fate are intertwined but complex notions, dictated as much by the whims of human beings as the invisible parallel associations that seems to pass us by. You sense Red is really an allegory, a reenactment of Prospero's omnipresent gestures in The Tempest, yet it is more than its story appears. Red demands countless viewings, and in each viewing something new is discovered that weaves itself into the already immaculately plotted structure.

Although Red stands alone as a masterwork from Kieslowski, it's best viewed as part of the trilogy. Elements of Blue and White are referenced in Red, which knowing viewers will enjoy.

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