Three Colors: Blue
Drama • R • 1993 • 1 hr 38 min
One of my all time favorites, an incredible performance by Binoche.
Such a warm picture. Magnificant cinematography and colouring spoke throughout which instilled a sense of loneliness. Must watch.
I watched it after a breakup and it was soothing and like a band aid for me because it shows there is life after loss.
Beautiful movie, fantastic acting and pace, I feel very disconnected from people who can’t see the joy and pleasure in these kinds of movies
Best of the three in my unpopular opinion. Captures the complexity of losing loved ones, ending up alone. Not just depression porn.
Just blown away. The view of grief and finding one’s self from complete loss all with a mesmerizing score and beautiful cinematography
Underwhelming entry in the trilogy. Worth a watch but it’s rather slow and tedious at times
A very meditative, reflective travel through Julie's mind, her duel and her new liberty. So subtle and full of beautiful shots.
This film changed my life. It allowed me to understand my own grieving process and feel emotions deeper than I ever thought possible.
Depressing but absolutely beautiful film
The wife of a famous composer survives a car accident that kills her husband and daughter. Now alone, she shakes off her old identity and explores her newfound freedom but finds that she is unbreakably bound to other humans, including her husband’s mistress, whose existence she never suspected.
Polish immigrant Karol Karol finds himself out of a marriage, a job and a country when his French wife, Dominique, divorces him after six months due to his impotence. Forced to leave France after losing the business they jointly owned, Karol enlists fellow Polish expatriate Mikołaj to smuggle him back to their homeland.
Valentine, a student model in Geneva, struggles with a possessive boyfriend and a troubled family. When she runs over a dog, she discovers that its owner, a retired judge, is illegally wiretapping and eavesdropping on his neighbors' phone calls. Although Valentine is outraged, she develops a strange bond with the judge – and as the two become closer, she finds herself caught in the middle of events that could change her life.