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Trois Couleurs: Rouge
This is the third of the three films by acclaimed Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski in his abstract study of the vaunted values of the French Revolution. Alas, it is by far the weakest both in story terms and in inventiveness. One has throughout the sense that it was made simply to finish the set and that in reality the whole thing had run out of steam. It is attractive visually and not wholly predictable but not that interesting either.
The quality for examination is Fraternity ie as here interpreted, a belief in the essential goodness of humanity and by extension of the universe around. Whilst one may agree with the sentiment or not, the… Read more