Three Colors: Blue (1993)

7.67 / Rated by 3 people

Drama
Music
Mystery
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94 min.
Plot  Julie (Juliette Binoche), wife of the famous composer Patrice de Courcy, must cope with the death of her husband and daughter in an automobile accident she herself survives. While recovering in the hospital, Julie attempts suicide by overdose, but cannot swallow the pills. After being released from the hospital, Julie closes up the house she lived in with her family and takes an apartment in Paris without telling anyone. She leaves behind all her clothes and possessions, taking only a chandelier of blue beads that presumably belonged to her daughter.

For the remainder of the film, Julie disassociates herself from all past memories and distances herself from former friendships, as can be derived from a conversation she has with her mother who suffers from Alzheimer's disease and believes Julie is her own sister Marie-France. She also destroys the score for her late husband's last commissioned, though unfinished, work—a piece celebrating European unity, following the end of the ...
  

Director(s)

Cast

Juliette Binoche
Julie de Courcy
Benoît Régent
Olivier Benôit
Emmanuelle Riva
Madame Vignon
Florence Pernel
Sandrine
Yann Trégouët
Antoine
Hélène Vincent
La journaliste
Philippe Volter
L'agent immobilier
Zbigniew Zamachowski
Karol Karol
Julie Delpy
Dominique

Others

All Titles

Trois Couleurs: Bleu
French Original Title
Three Colors: Blue
English Title

Release Dates

Language

French
Polish

Updates


dilek rated Trois Couleurs: Bleu (1993) with 8.0 stars / 22.03.2017



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