Three Colours: Blue

Three Colours: Blue
  • 1993
  • France / Poland / Switzerland
  • 1h 40min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Krzysztof Kieślowski
  • Cast: Juliette Binoche, Benoît Régent, Emmanuelle Riva, Florence Pernel, Guillaume De Tonquédec
  • Language: French, Romanian, Polish

A young woman tries to isolate herself from friends and any notion of affection following the death of her composer husband and child in a car crash, but she cannot escape from the fragments of his unfinished composition, in which she played a major part. An expressive and symbolic film that is also emotionally satisfying. Binoche's award-winning performance, in a film of profound beauty, is the best of her career.

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A young woman throws everything away, including her identity, as she attempts to liberate herself from her memories following the death of her husband and child. Followed by a discussion about how people reinvent themselves and how we can reclaim our true selves. Hosted by Creativity in Care.

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