Powerfully dense with existential philosophy. Our existence relies on our purity and will. This is timeless and a strong end to the trilogy.
best of the three colors trilogy. it's asking the question of " do we have the right to judge other people, decide what is wrong or right?"
Pretty great characters and a simple yet entertaining story that keeps you hooked the whole time
Randomly picked this film up years ago and was mesmerized.
The cinematic language is so pure so beautiful!
Where Blue wobbles with liberté and White faults with égalité, Red sticks the landing with fraternité.
Great cinematograpy. I loved watching bow the relationship between the two leads developed. My favorite of the trilogy.
This turned out to be my favourite of the trilogy, thanks mainly to Irène Jacob's performance and her chemistry with Trintignant.
Visually and thematically poetic, full of life.
Philosophically dense, beautifully shot, directed and written, great use of editing. Valentine and the judge have such charming chemistry.
A pleasure to watch, if this movie had an odour It would be cherries and old liquour
Perfect ending of the trilogy, so fulfilling. Very touching film about friendship and moral of consciousness.
The best of the Three Colours, but you should watch the whole thing!
Superbe vision de l'égalité et superbe conclusion à la trilogie
Such a beautiful movie. An amazing stand alone film as well as a strong finisher to a powerful trilogy
the most essential to the trilogy but also probably my least favorite
A very interesting movie; unpredictable and intriguing. Worth the watch.
The final of the Colours trilogy; Red explores the platonic relationship between an older man and a younger woman as they wish for more
Very very poetic. Probably best in the series. More people should watch these kind of artsy meaningful movies.
I love this trilogy and Red is my favorite of all three!