Catch some pretty special screenings of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s ‘Three Colors’ July 13-14, 2018 at the Royal Cinema. They are true cinematic masterpieces and worth catching on the big screen in the next few weeks.
Here’s the scoop!
Many film directors have explored the possibilities of the trilogy— indeed, a series devoted to the three-part form has the potential to feature any number of great works from the history of cinema. This fall we offer a trio: Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy, Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors, and Marcel Pagnol’s Fanny Trilogy. Each includes films that can be seen as individual, self-contained stories or as part of a set, allowing filmgoers a chance to sample or revisit specific films or see the trajectory of characters, stories, and ideas across an entire trilogy.
Friday July 13, 2018
Three Colors: Blue
After a tragic loss, a young woman (Juliette Binoche) seeks to liberate herself from all connections in the first installment (“Liberty”) of Kieślowski’s trilogy based on the symbolic colors of the French flag.
Saturday July 14, 2018
Three Colors: White
France, Poland, 1993
Kieślowski returned to his native Poland for this earthy, very Eastern European comedy involving a beaten-down Pole who aims for “equality” and plots revenge against his beautiful French ex-wife (Julie Delpy).
Three Colors: Red
Switzerland, France, Poland, 1994
A chance encounter brings together two solitary individuals—a model (Irène Jacob) and a retired judge (Jean-Louis Trintignant)—in Kieślowski’s meditation on the need for “fraternity.”