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7,923 Ratings

Three Colors: Red

Trois couleurs: Rouge

Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski
France, Poland, 1994
Drama, LGBT+


A depressed runway model runs over the dog of a lonely, retired judge. They form a strange and spiritual bond as they discover the different ways in which their lives connect.

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Three Colors: Red Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski

Awards & Festivals

Cannes Film Festival

1994 | Nominee: Palme d'Or

Academy Awards

1995 | 3 nominations including: Best Director

Independent Spirit Awards

1995 | Winner: Best Foreign Film

Critics reviews

One of the culminating films of the 20th century, RED not only brings Krzysztof Kieslowki’s “Three Colors” trilogy to a grand close, but stands at the summation of one of the great careers in modern European movies.
April 27, 2018
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The coexistence of the real and the everyday on the one hand, the mysterious and the miraculous on the other, is one of the movie’s givens, and much of what is beautiful in Kieslowski’s style stems from its moment-by-moment charting of that charmed coexistence as he cuts or pans or tracks or cranes between his three characters, interweaving and dovetailing their separate lives and daily movements.
December 16, 1994
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