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Three Colors Trois Couleurs: Bleu, Blanc, Rouge -blu
TitleThree Colors Trois Couleurs: Bleu, Blanc, Rouge -blu
Time278 mins
GenreComedy; Drama; Foreign; Music; Mystery; Romance
DirectorKrzysztof Kieslowski
EditionBlu-Ray Special Edition
FormatBlu-ray Disc
ActorDaniel Mart�n as Le voisin du dessous; Emmanuelle Riva as La m�re; H�l�ne Vincent as La journaliste; Isabelle Sadoyan as La servante; Philippe Volter as L'agent immobilier; Claude Duneton as Le m�decin; Yann Tr�gou�t as Antoine; Pierre Forget as Le Jardinier; Charlotte V�ry as Lucille; Florence Pernel as Sandrine; Hugues Quester as Patrice; Alain Ollivier as L'avocat; Florence Vignon as La copiste; Catherine Therouenne as La voisine; Jacek Ostaszewski as Le flutiste
RatingR (Restricted)
CinematographySlawomir Idziak; Edward Klosinski; Piotr Sobocinski
PlotThis collection contains: <b> - Trois Couleurs: Bleu (1993)</b> <b> - Trois Couleurs: Blanc (1994)</b> <b> - Trois Couleurs: Rouge (1994)</b> <p>'Three colours Trilogy' consists of three movies, 'Blue', 'White' and 'Red'. While the stories told are independent from each other, all the main characters reappear at the finale of 'Red'. The three colours, blue, white and red, refer to the tripartite motto of the French revolution: liberty, equality and fraternity. Each one of the films explores the theme given by the motto, and is visually styled in the corresponding colour. In 'Blue' Julie (Juliette Binoche) loses her husband and daughter in a car crash and has to undergo a difficult liberation process involving struggle against her fears and painful discoveries. In 'White' troubled relation of Dominique (Julie Delpy) and Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) leads them to sad equality through death, exile and imprisonment. In 'Red' an unlikely friendship develops between a fashion model Val
ProducerMarin Karmitz
WriterKrzysztof Kieslowski; Agnieszka Holland
Three Colors Trois Couleurs: Bleu, Blanc, Rouge -blu