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Directed by: Krzysztof Kieslowski

Produced: 1993

Countries & Regions: France, Poland, Switzerland

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Certificate: 15

Length: 95 mins

Format: Blu-ray

Region: Region B

Released: 9 December 2013

Cat No: ART096BD

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Three Colours: Red

Cast: Irene Jacob , Jean-Louis Trintignant , Frederique Feder , Jean-Pierre Lorit , Marion Statens , Samuel Lebihan , Teco Celio , Bernard Escalon , Jean Schlegel , Elzbieta Jasinska

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The third part of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s trilogy based on the ideals embodied in the French national flag. When fashion model Valentine (Irene Jacob) accidentally runs over a dog, she takes him to a vet, gets him patched up, then tries to return him to his owner. It turns out that the owner is Joseph Kern (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a retired judge who lives alone and listens in on his neighbours’ telephone conversations. Valentine and Joseph slowly become friends; meanwhile, one of Joseph’s neighbours cheats on her boyfriend, a young law student who will have an important effect on Valentine’s life.

This French film, by the legendary veteran Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski, is immaculately played by an outstanding cast. With an original and haunting soundtrack by Preisner, it is the most powerful film in the Three Colours trilogy, exploring the French revolutionary ideals of Freedom, Equality, and Fraternity. "Red" looks at the close relationship that develops between a young model (Irene Jacob) and an elderly judge (Jean-Louis Trintignant), after she rescues his dog from a car accident. As ever with Kieslowski, this film is deeply humane and laden with cinematic technique, yet transcends all of its elements to become a truly magnificent artistic achievement. A must see.

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