Three Colors: White

Three Colors: White
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Michael

Love is messed up.

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Ean James

This is strange as while I still don't know what to make of Blue due to some artistic decisions I have not yet made heads or tails on and a dull middle section in my opinion, this film suffers from a lack of a unique voice. The film is entertaining sure. I was certainly never bored, and a few ...Read more

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Anonymous

beautiful cinematography, good plot

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