In this first section of his THREE COLORS trilogy, director Krzysztof Kieslowski's noted visual style is amply on display: images are transformed from the familiar into the unearthly, with a sense of dislocation permeating the whole.
When Julie (Juliette Binoche) survives a car crash that claims the lives of her classical composer husband Patrice (Hugues Quester) and young child, she attempts suicide. After her convalescence, she instructs her lawyers to dispose of the family estate and all her belongings, and disappears,
moving into an apartment in an unfamiliar new neighborhood. Julie hears that a composer friend and former lover, Olivier (Benoit Regent), h...