Juliette Binoche, Benoît Régent, Florence Pernel, Charlotte Véry
Krzysztof Kie?lowski (Screenplay), Krzysztof Kie?lowski (Director)
Release: Jan. 10th, 1993
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
The wife of a famous composer survives a car accident that kills her husband and daughter. Now alone, she shakes off her old identity and explores her newfound freedom but finds that she is unbreakably bound to other humans, including her husband’s mistress, whose existence she never suspected.
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In the past month I have watched Krzyzstof Kieslowski's second & third films from the trilogy, but I have yet to see the first installment.
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The film doesn't seem to take a strong position one way or the other on this question, but it is interesting to watch Julie struggle with the way that others are comfortable using and/or manipulating her husband's work and life to their own ends.
Julie, a good and generous woman is left traumatised after surviving a tragic car crash that lead to her husband and daughters death, she then tries to liberate herself from the pain of her loss by throwing away her old life, she isolates her friends, her acquaintances and her secret lover, and choo....