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Trois couleurs : Bleu, Blanc, Rouge (1964) de Krzysztof Kieslowski - front cover

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Three Colors: Blue, White, Red (1993)
by Krzysztof Kieslowski

Potemkin Films - December 7, 2021

Original Title :
Audio
: DTSHD-MA 5.1: English
DTSHD-MA 2.0:
French
Subtitles : French
Duration : 289' ( )
Format : 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray
Area : B
Genre : Drama

Synopsis
- Three colors: Blue:
Blue, like freedom. Julie swims, alone, in the pool, blue, very blue. Music breaks out. Fade to black. Julie lost her husband and her daughter in a terrible car accident. She hid in Paris, abandoned everything. How to rebuild? Following the example of her neighbor Lucille, or the copyist who will save the unfinished score of the Concerto for Europe, you have to accept to live, simply, and to give to others, too. Julie will perhaps find love again, another life. And his freedom?

- Three colors: White:
White, like equal. But what equality for Karol, thrown out by his wife, Dominique, French, who is asking for a divorce, cheating on him? Assaulted at the airport, barely back in Poland, he finds his brother, also a hairdresser. At the door, a neon: “Europe, what”. In this changing Poland of the 90s, Karol deals, improvises new capitalist. Above all, he undertakes to take revenge on Dominique and conceives a Machiavellian plan. But the machine jams...

- Three colors: Red:
Red, like the Brotherhood. But what fraternity between all the characters in the film, who intersect without ever finding each other? Especially between these two: a young student and an embittered old misanthropic judge, recluse in a residential district of Geneva, who spies on his neighbors. However, Valentine (Irène Jacob) gradually tames Joseph (Jean-Louis Trintignant), or is it the opposite? A bond is slowly forged, and Joseph even ventures into confidences, at the back of an empty theater.

Content and Bonuses
4K Restored Movies
Digipack case with sheath
Contains :
  • “Three Colors: Blue” in 4K Ultra HD in HDR Dolby Vision and HDR10 and Blu-ray (1993, 98')
  • “Three Colors: White” in 4K Ultra HD in HDR Dolby Vision and HDR10 and Blu-ray (1994, 92')
  • “Three Colors: Red” in 4K Ultra HD in HDR Dolby Vision and HDR10 and Blu-ray (1994, 99')

4K Ultra HD “Blue”:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Marin Karmitz (2021, 32')

“Blue” Blu-ray:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Marin Karmitz (2021, 32')
The film seen by Alain Martin, journalist and writer, French specialist of Krzysztof Kieślowski (2021, 21')
Cinema lesson by Kieślowski (1994, 8')
Scenes commented by Juliette Binoche (2001, 15')
Interview with Jacques Witta (2001, 15')

4K Ultra HD “White”:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Julie Delpy (2021, 24')

“White” Blu-ray:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Julie Delpy (2021, 24')
Interview with Urzsula Lesiak (2021, 19')
The film seen by Alain Martin, journalist and writer, French specialist in Krzysztof Kieślowski (2021, 11')
Cinema lesson by Kieślowski (1994, 11')
Making of (16')

4K Ultra HD “Red”:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Irène Jacob (2021, 23')

“Red” Blu-ray:
Presentation of the film by Annette Insdorf
Interview with Irène Jacob (2021, 23')
The film seen by Alain Martin, journalist and writer, French specialist on Krzysztof Kieślowski (2021, 19')
Cinema lesson by Kieślowski (1994, 11')
Interview with Jacques Witta (2001, 16')
Making of (23')
Cannes Film Festival 1994 (15')