Three Colors: Blue
- Reviewed by: Sinomatictool
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Current Rating 7.8/10 | 64 Votes
Blue is a story of woman trying to regain life after a tragic death of husband and daughter. A bleak style that's dark but not black. Blue. An apparent loss of all hope in the beginning but things brighten a bit as we progress offering a lighter side of black.
The basic plot is an overused one but Kieslowski with his talent and amazing idea transforms this into a film of redemption of a widow's psychological state rather than a thin development attempting a pose as a film. This film is not set for entertainment but to intrigue the viewers into thinking about different subjects and ideas of their own. Such as liberty or control or loneliness.
Acting in this can only be judged for one person, Juliette Binoche. The distraught widow searching her path for answers. In this Juliette performs with depth to a character missing it. She adds so much to the character that without her this movie could not have been much. Since revolving all around a single woman's hunt for a new life after an earth shattering event.
A depressing film but a couple of lights along the way. Be prepared to not be solely entertained but to be involved. When watching this (which I recommend) treat it a beautiful painting or sculpture. A piece of art yearning to be understood. A blue masterpiece with much meaning, depth and perfect acting.
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