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Three Colors: Red (1994)

20th Anniversary
Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
Starring Irène Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jean-Pierre Lorit, Frederique Feder
France/Poland/Switzerland, 99 min

First Look: A decade before the “everything is connected” theme would dominate many a serious drama, Krzysztof Kieślowski took a weightier, philosophical approach to a structure that, more often than not, can feel tenuous. 547 more words

First Look

Film Review: The Double Life of Veronique | The Power of a Premise

When I started really studying film in college, I was still mostly paying attention to Western directors. If I was going to look closely at a film with a lot to read into, it was more likely to be someone American or British, like Alfred Hitchcock or David Lynch, who had directed it. 1,113 more words

Alex Carrigan

Movie #248- The Double Life of Veronique

Year: 1991
Genre: Drama
Country: France/Poland
Directed by: Krzysztof Kieślowski
Written by: Krzysztof Kieślowski & Krzysztof Piesiewicz
Cast: Irene Jacob, Halina Gryglaszewska, Kalina Jedrusik, Aleksander Bardini, & Wladyslaw Kowalski… 815 more words

Films in 2014: June

This month was much more evenly spread across the decades compared to previous months, as I happened to watch at least one film per decade (starting from the 1920s). 854 more words

Films In 2014

CO-INCIDENCE: TWO EVENTS UNEXPECTEDLY HAPPEN AT THE SAME TIME: Coincidence/Luck/Accident/Chance/Fluke/Twist of Fate

     I’m posting one of the final chapters of my novel today. The idea of fate and destiny are themes the late Polish filmmaker, Krzysztof Kieslowski (the trilogy Blue, White, Red) drew upon in his films. 1,273 more words

Movie Quote of the Day - Trois couleurs: Rouge, 1994 (dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski)

The Judge: Leave. It’s your destiny. You can’t live your brother’s life for him.
Valentine: I love him. If only I could help.
The Judge:

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Movie Quote Of The Day

“It’s a well-known theory that film has twenty-four frames to the second, and that a film is always the same; but that’s not true. Even though the reel might be exactly the same, the film’s entirely different when it’s shown in a huge cinema, to an audience of a thousand, where a certain tension and atmosphere are created in perfect conditions, on a perfect screen, and with perfect sound.

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