A film review by James Berardinelli

등록일 1999.02.07 한글 (hwp) | 2페이지 | 무료

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"Blue, liberty; White, equality; Red, frate
ity... We looked very
closely at these three ideas, how they functioned in everyday life, but
from an individual's point of view. These ideals are contradictory with
human nature. When you deal with them practically, you do not know how
to live with them. Do people really want liberty, equality, frate
ity?"
- Writer/director Krzysztof Kieslowski
the second chapter of Krzysztof Kieslowski's THREE COLORS trilogy, is different from
BLUE in more ways than the color it centers on and the ideals represented. Instead of the
dark, somber tone adopted by BLUE this film aims for something lighter. Additionally,
while a sardonic quality never sought after by its predecessor, the emotional tapestry of this
picture is not the other's equal.

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