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Three Colors: Red


Three Colors: Red Poster
  • The coexistence of the real and the everyday on the one hand, the mysterious and the miraculous on the other, is one of the movie’s givens, and much of what is beautiful in Kieslowski’s style stems from its moment-by-moment charting of that charmed coexistence as he cuts or pans or tracks or cranes between his three characters, interweaving and dovetailing their separate lives and daily movements.

  • [There are] random instances of commonplace beauty not unlike those Marker obsessively sought out, which are no less magnificent for having been deliberately constructed within a work of fiction.

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