Three Colors: Red ( Trois couleurs: Rouge ) Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 446

Average Rating: 3.1/4

# of Ratings: 96

Theatrical Release Date: 09/14/1994

Language: French

Genre: Drama

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski

Actors: Irène Jacob, Samuel Le Bihan, Frédérique Feder, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Paul Vermeulen, Marion Stalens

Plot: To complete the trilogy, this one deals with French society and it's impact on it's people.

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4/4

mitchellyoung - wrote on 01/23/2012

Like the color it features, this is the most passionate and energetic of the Three Colors trilogy. It's a fitting closer to the trilogy, as it takes a more broad thematic approach and touches on themes of society and relationships, whereas the first two films were more introspective.

Rating of
4/4

EB - wrote on 11/04/2010

I'm Biased! One reason why I liked this movie so much is beause some of it, is happening in Geneva, Switzerland ( my home town! )The scene in the dance studio bring good memeories. I used to take dance classes in that red studio.. One of my teacher was actually one of the dancer in the scene. I love this trilogie

Rating of
4/4

Snake Sugarbaker - wrote on 12/12/2009

While all are spec-****in-tacular, Red is the finest. I would choose White over Blue (though the latter is stunning). Face it-- each is a masterpiece.

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Three Colors: Red review

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 05/23/2013

One of the most underrated provocative French drama's produced. The film focuses on Valentine (Irène Jacob), a university student and part-time model. She accidentally hits Rita, a dog, and returns it to its owner a rude retired judge, Joseph Kern (Jean-Louis Trintignant). Kern divulges his pastime of prying over his neighbors conversations. A subplot ensues between Auguste, and his girlfriend, Karin (Frederique Feder). An unexpected strong storm brings the characters of the previous films (Blue and White) together again.

A wonderful picture about resentments, unhappiness, loneliness, long distance communication, friendship, cheating, fate, intertwining of personalities and relationships. Out of the three, this had the best direction, cinematography, pacing and screenplay …

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