Jack Aling’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everyone Deserves A Second Chance.
An emotionally intense close to the Colours Trilogy, Three Colours: Red is an optimistic finale that shows the power of fate on all of our lives.
Irène Jacob is astounding as Valentine who has her world shaken after she meets a nosy retired judge whose erratic behaviour helps to bloom a beautiful and poignant friendship.
A more thought provoking film than the previous two, Red shares the themes of connection but tries to find meaning in the why and how. This creates a liberating and exciting experience that is led by great performances and atmospheric cinematography.
Krzysztof Kieślowski's trilogy sneaks up on you and builds a personal connection based on your own experiences and stories. Red is a triumphant end to a collection of distinctive stories that collide in the most unexpected way that had me jumping out of my seat.