I am deeply, deeply moved and affected by these three films. I cannot say that I've ever had a cinematic experience quite like it. All three films are ethereal, mystical meditations unto themselves, but with the summation comes a colossal catharsis. Sadness doesn't even begin to describe the loss of Kieslowski. He left us with a bewitching human trilogy that will remain in my soul for years to come.
Blue was a tragedy, White was a comedy, so it’s only fitting that Red would be a third great staple of dramatic presentation: Romance. It’s not a romance though in the traditional sense of the word, more a deeply romantic film, that culminates in an implied romance, and features romantic characters, but throughout no real romance it focuses on. It’s an entrancing investigation into fate, as is the trilogy.
Será provavelmente o meu Kieślowski favorito. Nesta terceira e última parte, todos os espelhos (cénicos e narrativos) estão bem colocados. É a brilhante conclusão de uma trilogia que se compôs sob o signo da coincidência.
'Fraternity' is the loosely-based theme of the ambiguous final instalment of Kieślowski's critically revered Three Colors Trilogy; an elliptically told tale ostensibly concerning the meeting of two lonely people and those who orbit their 'universe'. The imagery used and the emotions on show are fused together brilliantly by a masterful director bowing out in some style before sadly passing away just two years later..
Interesting, but uneven. The dense atmosphere and strong performances make for a number of engrossing sequences, but it can also be meandering at times, which makes it loose tension as a whole in places. A good film, but I don't think I can get on board with the acclaim others have given it.