Trois Couleurs: Bleu – Three Colors: Blue

Krzysztof Kieslowski
France, Poland, Switzerland 1993

Failing to find the courage to commit suicide after her husband and infant daughter die in a car crash, Julie decides to build a new, anonymous and wholly independent life. Leaving her country mansion for a Paris apartment, she soon finds that freedom is not as easy to achieve as she hoped

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. Neighbors seek help and friendship, and doubts about her husband’s fidelity inflame jealousy. Most troubling there’s the music: Julie can’t escape the sounds in her head
. Kieslowskis film – the first of three inspired by the ideals of the French Revolution – is an arresting study of notions of individual freedom in the modern world.

98 min. Original with English subtitles. 35mm to DCP, 1.85:1
. Color, Dolby SR. Script: Krzysztof Kieslowski, Krzysztof Piesiwicz. With: Juliette Binoche, Benoit Régent, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Charlotte Véry, Julie Delpy. DoP: Slawomir Idziak

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. Second Camera Operator / Still Photographer: Piotr Jaxa
. Editing: Jacques Witta.