#10: Trois Coleurs: Rouge
This is more of a comment on the trilogy, even though Red is my favorite of this magnum opus that Kieslowski made before his death. The impact of such emotional resonance made in each of the three masterworks are so unbelievably tragic and real, moving me to tears on more than one occasion, Blue being the worst offender. White has a comedic edge to it that still hits hard towards the conclusion, but Red has perhaps the greatest moral complexity to it. All three must simply be seen to be believed.

#10: Trois Coleurs: Rouge
This is more of a comment on the trilogy, even though Red is my favorite of this magnum opus that Kieslowski made before his death. The impact of such emotional resonance made in each of the three masterworks are so unbelievably tragic and real, moving me to tears on more than one occasion, Blue being the worst offender. White has a comedic edge to it that still hits hard towards the conclusion, but Red has perhaps the greatest moral complexity to it. All three must simply be seen to be believed.

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