History Film / ThreeColorsTrilogy

3rd Nov '16 2:49:48 PM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* BabiesEverAfter: An example with a curious twist, [[spoiler:since the pregnant woman is the mistress of Patrice]].
* FadeToBlack: Used to represent Julieís difficulty to go on.

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* BabiesEverAfter: An example with a A curious twist, {{Subversion}} of this trope, [[spoiler:since the pregnant woman is the mistress of Patrice]].
* BrokenBird / DefrostingIceQueen: Julie. She's actually a very nice person at heart, but the loss she suffers makes her very cold and detached for much of the movie (which suits the film's very cold lighting).
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FadeToBlack: Used to represent Julieís difficulty to go in moving on.



* {{Leitmotif}}: The piece (supposedly) composed by Julie's husband keeps appearing at different times. Depending on the situation, the music comes different.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: Julie performs a lot of simple actions with bombastic as background.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: The piece (supposedly) composed by Julie's husband keeps appearing at different times. Depending on the situation, the music comes different.
is played in different variations.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: Julie performs a lot of simple actions with bombastic as music in the background.
8th Aug '16 2:20:35 PM AnotherGuy
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* MadLove: Despite having her arrested and jailed, Dominique finds herself pining for Karol, who pines for her as well.
8th Aug '16 2:17:19 PM AnotherGuy
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''Trzy kolory. Biały'' (English: ''Three Colors: White'', French: ''Trois Couleurs: Blanc'') (1994): Based on the principle of equality. After the beloved (French) wife of Polish hairdresser Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) divorces him thus rendering him destitute, he makes it back to Poland, manages to make it big by blackmailing his bosses and then schemes to extract revenge on his wife.

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''Trzy kolory. Biały'' (English: ''Three Colors: White'', French: ''Trois Couleurs: Blanc'') (1994): Based on the principle of equality. After the beloved (French) wife (Julie Delpy) of Polish hairdresser Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) divorces him thus rendering him destitute, he makes it back to Poland, manages to make it big by blackmailing his bosses and then schemes to extract revenge on his wife.
8th Aug '16 2:14:38 PM AnotherGuy
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Added DiffLines:

** At the end of ''Red'', a fatal ferry crash has only a few survivors: all of the main characters from the trilogy. The Judge sees the news report on TV.
13th Jul '16 9:41:19 AM Mdumas43073
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'''''Trzy kolory. Niebieski''''' (English: '''''Three Colors: Blue''''', French: '''''Trois Couleurs: Bleu''''') (1993): Based on the principle of liberty. After a famous composer dies in a car crash, his wife Julie (Juliette Binoche) [[{{Hikikomori}} retreats into seclusion]], but various contacts and issues in the outside world force her to emerge again.

'''''Trzy kolory. Biały''''' (English: '''''Three Colors: White''''', French: '''''Trois Couleurs: Blanc''''') (1994): Based on the principle of equality. After the beloved (French) wife of Polish hairdresser Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) divorces him thus rendering him destitute, he makes it back to Poland, manages to make it big by blackmailing his bosses and then schemes to extract revenge on his wife.

'''''Trzy kolory. Czerwony''''' (English: '''''Three Colors: Red''''', French: '''''Trois Couleurs: Rouge''''') (1994): Based on the principle of fraternity. College student and part-time model Valentine Dusot (Irene Jacob) runs over the dog of retired judge Joseph Kern (Jean-Louis Trintignant), who spends his days eavesdropping on neighbors' phone calls. The two end up becoming friends.

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'''''Trzy ''Trzy kolory. Niebieski''''' Niebieski'' (English: '''''Three ''Three Colors: Blue''''', Blue'', French: '''''Trois ''Trois Couleurs: Bleu''''') Bleu'') (1993): Based on the principle of liberty. After a famous composer dies in a car crash, his wife Julie (Juliette Binoche) [[{{Hikikomori}} retreats into seclusion]], but various contacts and issues in the outside world force her to emerge again.

'''''Trzy ''Trzy kolory. Biały''''' Biały'' (English: '''''Three ''Three Colors: White''''', White'', French: '''''Trois ''Trois Couleurs: Blanc''''') Blanc'') (1994): Based on the principle of equality. After the beloved (French) wife of Polish hairdresser Karol Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski) divorces him thus rendering him destitute, he makes it back to Poland, manages to make it big by blackmailing his bosses and then schemes to extract revenge on his wife.

'''''Trzy ''Trzy kolory. Czerwony''''' Czerwony'' (English: '''''Three ''Three Colors: Red''''', Red'', French: '''''Trois ''Trois Couleurs: Rouge''''') Rouge'') (1994): Based on the principle of fraternity. College student and part-time model Valentine Dusot (Irene Jacob) runs over the dog of retired judge Joseph Kern (Jean-Louis Trintignant), who spends his days eavesdropping on neighbors' phone calls. The two end up becoming friends.
3rd Oct '15 10:32:26 PM safari169
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They are named after the three colors in the French flag; blue, white and red, and each has a corresponding color motif. They are each loosely based on one of the three French revolutionary principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. The trilogy are also interpreted respectively as an anti-tragedy, an anti-comedy, and an anti-romance.

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They are named after the three colors in the French flag; flag: blue, white and red, and each has a corresponding color motif. They are each loosely based on one of the three French revolutionary principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. The trilogy are also interpreted respectively as an anti-tragedy, an anti-comedy, and an anti-romance.
29th Sep '15 7:06:53 PM missmoon
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Patrice.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Patrice.Patrice, in-universe.



* OminousLatinChanting: Except that itís greek.

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* OminousLatinChanting: Except that itís greek.Greek.
10th Jun '15 11:39:19 AM Kakai
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* TheLoinsSleepTonight

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* TheLoinsSleepTonightTheLoinsSleepTonight: The reason why Dominique asks for a divorce is that "Tonight" was every day.



* WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell

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* WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell
WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell: The overarching mood of the movie.
4th Jun '15 6:32:15 PM Patachou
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Critically-acclaimed trilogy of French/Polish drama films directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski (also the director of ''Film/TheDecalogue'', ''Film/BlindChance'', and ''Film/TheDoubleLifeOfVeronique''), and released in relatively close proximity to each other in 1993 - 1994.

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Critically-acclaimed trilogy of French/Polish drama films directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski Creator/KrzysztofKieslowski (also the director of ''Film/TheDecalogue'', ''Film/BlindChance'', and ''Film/TheDoubleLifeOfVeronique''), and released in relatively close proximity to each other in 1993 - 1994.
21st May '15 1:53:21 PM Morgenthaler
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* MythologyGag: Van den Budenmayer, a fictitious composer (even though he's treated as a real composer) mentioned in ''Blue'' and ''Red'', was mentioned earlier in both ''TheDecalogue'' and ''TheDoubleLifeOfVeronique''.

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* MythologyGag: Van den Budenmayer, a fictitious composer (even though he's treated as a real composer) mentioned in ''Blue'' and ''Red'', was mentioned earlier in both ''TheDecalogue'' ''Film/TheDecalogue'' and ''TheDoubleLifeOfVeronique''.''Film/TheDoubleLifeOfVeronique''.
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