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Release Date:
2 December 1994 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Final entry in a trilogy of films dealing with contemporary French society concerns a model who discovers her neighbour is keen on invading people's privacy. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for 3 Oscars. Another 20 wins & 15 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Kieslowski a masterful painter in Blue, White and Red: see all three! See more (117 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Irène Jacob ... Valentine (as Irene Jacob)

Jean-Louis Trintignant ... Le juge

Frédérique Feder ... Karin (as Frederique Feder)
Jean-Pierre Lorit ... Auguste

Samuel Le Bihan ... Le photographe (Photographer) (as Samuel Lebihan)
Marion Stalens ... Le Vétérinaire (Veterinary surgeon)
Teco Celio ... Le barman (Barman)
Bernard Escalon ... Le disquaire (Record dealer)
Jean Schlegel ... Le voisin (Neighbour)
Elzbieta Jasinska ... La femme (Woman)
Paul Vermeulen ... L'ami de Karin (Karen's friend)
Jean-Marie Daunas ... Le gardien du théâtre (Theatre manager)
Roland Carey ... Le trafiquant (Drug dealer)
Brigitte Raul
Leo Ramseyer
Nader Farman
Cécile Tanner (as Cecile Tanner)
Anne Theurillat
Neige Dolsky (as Neige Dolski)
Jessica Korinek
Marc Autheman ... (voice)

Juliette Binoche ... Julie Vignon (de Courcy)

Julie Delpy ... Dominique
Benoît Régent ... Olivier (as Benoit Regent)
Zbigniew Zamachowski ... Karol Karol

Directed by
Krzysztof Kieslowski 
 
Writing credits
Krzysztof Kieslowski  &
Krzysztof Piesiewicz 

Produced by
Yvon Crenn .... executive producer
Marin Karmitz .... producer
 
Original Music by
Zbigniew Preisner 
 
Cinematography by
Piotr Sobocinski (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jacques Witta 
 
Casting by
Margot Capelier 
 
Production Design by
Claude Lenoir 
 
Set Decoration by
Pierre Agoston 
Paola Andreani 
Marc Babel 
Jean-Pierre Balsiger 
Jean-François Despres 
Patrick Flumet 
Patrick Lehmann 
Daniel Mercier 
David Stadelmann 
Patrick Stoll 
 
Costume Design by
Corinne Jorry 
 
Makeup Department
Nathalie Tanner .... makeup artist
Catherine Zingg .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Gérard Ruey .... production manager (as Gerard Ruey)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Emmanuel Finkiel .... assistant director
Thierry Mouquin .... assistant director
Xavier Nicol .... assistant director
Jean-Jacques Rossmann .... assistant director
Pascal Verdosci .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Philippe Brunisholz .... props
Michel Charvaz .... props
Fabrice Duplaissy .... props
Ivan Niclass .... property master (as Yvan Niclass)
Guillaume Ogay .... props
Vincent Stadelmann .... props
Jean-Paul Trincat .... props
Markus Waldburger .... props
Jean-Daniel Weber .... props
 
Sound Department
Vincent Arnardi .... foley artist
William Flageollet .... sound mixer
Sandrine Henchoz .... sound recordist
Jean-Claude Laureux .... sound editor
Jean-Claude Laureux .... sound
Jean-Pierre Lelong .... foley artist
Francine Lemaitre .... sound editor
Mario Melchiorri .... foley artist
Nicolas Naegelen .... sound editor
Brigitte Taillandier .... sound recordist
Piotr Zawadzki .... sound editor
 
Stunts
Lucien Abbet .... stunts
Philippe Calame .... stunts
Silvio Stoppa .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric André .... lighting technician (as Eric Andre)
Blaise Bauquis .... lighting technician
Riccardo Brunner .... Steadicam operator (as Ricardo Brunner)
David Campbell .... crane operator: Technocrane
Muriel Coulin .... assistant camera
Alain Dreze .... grip
Martin Hume .... camera operator: technocrane (as Martin C. Hume)
Piotr Jaxa .... second camera operator
Piotr Jaxa .... still photographer
Henryk Jedynak .... assistant camera
Stan Latek .... second camera operator
Hans Meier .... lighting technician
Hans Meier .... second camera operator
Salvatore Piazzitta .... lighting technician
Roger Priot .... grip
Albert Vasseur .... grip
Bernard Weber .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nadia Cuenoud .... costumer
Veronique Michel .... costumes
 
Editorial Department
Aïlo Auguste-Judith .... assistant editor (as Aïlo Auguste)
Catherine Cormon .... assistant editor
Michele D'Attoma .... assistant editor
Salvatore Di Meo .... assistant editor
Bettina Hofmann .... assistant editor
Urszula Lesiak .... assistant editor
Sandrine Normand .... assistant editor
Rob Sciarratta .... video color timer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Leszek Kaminski .... assistant music recording engineer
Jerzy Klocek .... musician: violoncello
Halina Laciak .... executive music producer
Bertrand Lenclos .... composer: additional music
Wojciech Michniewski .... conductor
Rafal Paczkowski .... music recording engineer
Janusz Strobel .... musician: guitar
Zdzislaw Szostak .... conductor
Elzbieta Towarnicka .... musician: soprano
Jan Wojtacha .... choir master
 
Other crew
François Cesalli .... administrator
Aline Corneille .... administrator
Heinz Dill .... administrator
Alain Dubouloz .... groupman
Geneviève Dufour .... script supervisor (as Genevieve Dufour)
Blez Gabioud .... administrator
Roman Gren .... acting coach
Xavier Grin .... administrator
Agnieszka Holland .... script consultant
Christine Hulin .... administrator
Nathalie Jaquinet .... administrator
Marcin Latallo .... dialog translator
Stan Latek .... assistant to director
Dominique Lefèvre .... administrator (as Dominique Lefevre)
Christian Manzoni .... administrator
Brigitte Matteuzzi .... choreographer
Christine Noussan .... fashion show advisor
André Noël .... dog trainer
Helene Platel .... administrator
Bimbo Ross .... caterer
Florence Ruffetta .... administrator
Eva Simonet .... press attache
Piotr Sobocinski .... script consultant
Remo Tizziani .... caterer
Gisèle Vuillaume .... administrator (as Gisele Vuillaume)
Edward Zebrowski .... script consultant
Olivier Zimmermann .... administrator
Naïma Ziour .... caterer
 
Thanks
Corinne Cobson .... thanks
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Trois couleurs: Rouge" - France (original title)
"Three Colours: Red" - Canada (English title) (imdb display title), UK (imdb display title)
"Red" - USA (short title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for a brief but strong sex scene
Runtime:
99 min
Language:
Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Argentina:16 (DVD rating) | Australia:M | Canada:14 (New Brunswick/Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island) (DVD rating) | Finland:K-12 | Germany:6 | Hong Kong:IIA | Iceland:L | Netherlands:AL | Norway:10 | Peru:14 | Portugal:M/12 (Qualidade) | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | Spain:T | Sweden:11 | UK:15 | USA:R

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Trivia:
Final movie for filmmaker Krzysztof KieslowskiSee more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Early in the movie, Auguste Bruner returns to his apartment from walking his dog, and his Jeep which is parked out front is parked one way. He goes upstairs, uses the phone and quickly returns downstairs to the Jeep which is now parked in the opposite direction.See more »
Quotes:
Valentine:Excuse me... the door was open. I'm sorry, I think I ran over your dog. Rita. A German Shepherd.
The Judge:[Displaying little interest] It's possible. She disappeared yesterday.
Valentine:She's in my car. Alive. I don't know what to do.
Valentine:[after getting no response from the judge] Would you like me to take her to a vet?
The Judge:[Displaying little interest] As you wish.
Valentine:If I ran over your daughter, would you react the same way?
The Judge:[Displaying no emotion] I don't have a daughter, miss.
The Judge:[pauses, then turns to her] Go away... and don't close the door!
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29 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
Kieslowski a masterful painter in Blue, White and Red: see all three!, 6 November 1999
Author: javold from Chicago

It is not only difficult to comment separately on the three parts of Kieslowski's trilogy, it seems obvious that the filmmaker wants us to do just the opposite: view them in order, Blue, White, and Red, and consider them together as one complete work. It is true they are distinct stories with distinct themes: liberty, equality, fraternity, and each them is developed with unique applications of intrigue and artistry. They are each well worth seeing independently, but I believe they are best seen as one work. Collectively, I would rate the trilogy as a 9; separately, I place each in my top ten for the years 1993 and 1994.

The color red is most memorable in the third movie as a backdrop in a billboard ad, the profiled model of which is the central of the movie's three main characters. The other two characters do a double-take of a varying degree of recognition when they first come upon the ad, posted larger than life alongside a busy city intersection. This ad is not a major part of the plot of this movie, yet its image becomes striking and is one of the reasons I have called Red a `mind-bending' film. This is the third of Kieslowski's Three Colors trilogy, based on the Blue-White-Red of the French flag and the three parts of its motto, `Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.' The films stay primarily focused on these themes, keeping with the basic levels of one, two, or three main characters, yet with each film the complexity of plot escalates as the three principles move from fundamentally personal (Liberty, Blue) to relational (Equality, White) to social (Fraternity, Red). Red is my favorite of these films, and I give it a 9. It stands by itself as a great film, but one should see Blue and White first for the fullest effect.

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