Dir: Krzysztof Kieslowski France 1994 1hr 39mins Subtitled
With: Irène Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant
Valentine is a young model living in Geneva. Because of a dog she ran over, she meets a retired judge who listens in on his neighbours' phone calls, not for money or pleasur, but to feed his cynicism about the human race. The final film in the trilogy is the story of relationships between human beings, Valentine and the judge, but also other people who may not be aware of their closeness to Valentine or/and the old man. Redemption, forgiveness and compassion rule the day. Deceptively simple Red rounds off the trio of films that have become, with the passing of time, one of European cinema’s greatest treasures.
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