Three Colours Blue Review

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Charnelmind The Smart's review of Three Colours Blue

Three Colours Blue - I know this is supposed to be a...”


written by Charnelmind The Smart on 07/07/2005

Three Colours Blue - I know this is supposed to be a cinematic masterpiece, but frankly I just found it boring and thought Juliette Binoche was, as she generally is, rather annoying. It's the story of a woman whose composer husband and child are killed in a car crash. She destroys all evidence of her life with them and moves away, avoiding all contact with other people until her lover tracks her down and convinces her to help him finish her late husband's final masterpiece.

The film is meant to be imbued with long pauses to indicate lonliness and grief, but frankly I don't really care to watch a sugarcube dissolving in a cup of coffee for exactly 32 seconds or whatever. Not much happened because the idea was to create a feeling, an ambiance but whereas this technique has worked well in some films (Lost in Translation, for example), here it just made me think time was moving backwards and I was really ready to smash the DVD player out of irritation.

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