Three Colors: Red (1994)

R   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Romance


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A model discovers her neighbor is keen on invading people's privacy.

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  • Krzysztof Kieslowski in Three Colors: Red (1994)
  • 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)

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10 September 2004 | bondgirl6781
Beautiful, mysterious, and unusual love story
One of my favorite films of all time. With beautiful cinematography and a story that ties the previous Kieslowski films ("Blue" and "White") together. The film introduces us to Valentine (played by the glowingly real Irene Jacob), a beautiful and innocent Swiss model and student, who at first glance seems to be happy until one night she accidentally runs over a dog. The dog belongs to a retired old Judge who finds fulfillment in listening to his neighbors telephone calls via wavelength radio. Valentine is at first disgusted and pities him in his own self-pity and despair. But as the Judge and Valentine get to know one another a strange, but fateful bond begins to form. As a subplot, a handsome young Judge named Auguste (who lives across the street from Valentine) has experiences that are exactly like those of the Old Judge! Experiences that will soon lead Auguste into Valentine and into a reunion with characters from the French flag colors trilogy.

I loved the love story withing a love story plot and the mystery that resolves the characters that eventually fate takes a hand and lead them to each other. Irene Jacob is absolutely lovely in the role of Valentine. Her large brown eyes seem to echo this innocence and curiosity that is both passionate and touching. It's a film that asks us to watch out for the signs that will soon lead us to our destinies. A very intriguing film and a movie lover's dream.

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