Three Colors - Blue: Crash Course Film Criticism #11
In this video essay, CrashCourse discusses Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors: Blue (1993), a masterclass at lyrically employing all the elements that make up the cinematic form—color, lighting, photography, music, performance, and editing—to communicate ideas and make the audience feel strong emotions.
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