1. Red – I think is the most likable because it has the most interesting and engaging plot, also Irene is lovely and does a very good job.
2. Blue – I think was too focused on melodrama. I thought it was a bit flat and one-dimensional, also the whole musical composition thing did not work at all.
3. White – Not a terrible movie but I hated the look (so much white!) of it. Also I did not care for the actor and the lack of energy.
Trois Couleurs is probably one of my favourite trilogies. (Would I get kicked off MUBI if I said Star Wars was my favourite? Haha.)
1) Rouge. Shortly after watching it, I finally realized why Amélie didn’t resonate with me—it was missing the extra something that inhabited Rouge’s every frame. And the ending is a very satisfying conclusion to the trilogy.
2) Bleu. I love Juliette Binoche and I think her performance here is quite good. However, speaking as a long-time musician, something about the way the “composers” (the in-universe composers, not Preisner) act doesn’t quite ring true for me. I can’t quite put my finger on why.
3) Blanc. I’m not sure I would have enjoyed this film had it been a stand-alone work. The plot is interesting and clever and all, but it’s strange that Kieślowski switches the protagonist’s sex for this one, and I found myself more interested in Julie Delpy’s character.
Red is my favorite, I absolutely loved the characters and the twists the story took. Great demonstration of original, sexy, fascinating storytelling.
1.Red I like that lovely colour of its property and wardrobe,when valentine wears red long sleeve reminds me of anna karina on pierrot le fou
2.Blue melodrama mixed with painful scores
3.White Julie Delpy is the reason <3
Rouge by a mile.
Blue is – by a landslide – the best.