The final section of director Krzysztof Kieslowski's THREE COLORS trilogy, RED shrewdly interweaves characters, themes, and plot threads from first two films, while telling a moving and clever tale of its own. In Geneva, a fashion model (Irene Jacob) accidentally hits a dog with her car,
leading to an unusual friendship with its reclusive owner (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a retired judge who spies on his neighbors using an elaborate phone-tapping system. While RED lands tonally somewhere between the serious, enigmatic BLUE and the lighter but more eccentric WHITE, the three films
together constitute a humanistic statement about the need for connection. Not an earth-s...