Three Colors: Red

Three Colors: Red ★★★★½

Oh, this was just brilliant. The best of the trilogy by far. Red continues Kieślowski's signature vibrant color style and masterful storytelling but on another level. From its first moments, you're sucked into the world once again and can't look away - much like the characters' connections with each other. Through the avatars of Valentine and Kern, we are able to see the changing landscape of the communicative world around them, and it's a scary one to say the least. Regardless, Valentine and Kern find an unlikely fraternity with each other as their lives become increasingly more entangled. And what's more, Kieslowski manages to tie this loose trilogy together in the final moments almost seamlessly - showing the three themes co-mingling together. So so so good.

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