Call number: DVD-323


KIESLOWSKI, Krzysztof
Trois Couleurs: Rouge [Three Colours Red]
Marin Karmitz/MK2 Productions, Paris; France 3 Cinéma, Paris; CAB Productions SA, Lausanne; Tor Production, Warsaw, 1994
Producer Marin Karmitz
Executive producer Yvon Crenn
Screenplay Krzysztof Piesiewicz and Krzysztof Kieslowski
Photography Piotr Sobocinski
Production design Claude Lenoir
Editor Jacques Witta
Music Zbigniew Preisner

Valentine Dussaut	Irène Jacob
Judge Joseph Kern	Jean-Louis Trintignant
Karin			Frédérique Feder
Auguste Bruner		Jean-Pierre Lorit
Photographer		Samuel Lebihan
Vet			Marion Stalens
Barman			Teco Celio
With:			Juliette Binoche, Benoît Régent,
			Julie Delpy, Zbigniew Zamachowski
99 minutes
In French with optional English subtitles or optional English captions for the hearing impaired

DVD
Region code 1
Aspect ratio Widescreen (1.85:1) enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features 'Insights into Trois Couleurs: Rouge', 22 minutes, in English, with Annette Insdorf, Irène Jacob, Geoff Andrews, Agnieszka Holland, William Flageollet, Piotr Jaxa
A conversation with Irène Jacob on Kieslowski, 10 minutes, in English
Krzysztof Kieslowski's cinema lesson, 9 minutes, in Polish with English and French subtitles
Marin Karmitz interview with selected scenes commentary: Choosing the crew; Choosing the look; The scene in the bowling alley; Cannes and the Oscars
Optional audio commentary with Annette Insdorf Irène Jacob selected scenes commentary, 11 minutes, in French with English subtitles
Behind the scenes of Red with Krzysztof Kieslowski: In the theatre; Apartment; Photograph; Poster; August; Fashion Show; External Theatre
Jacques Witta interview / commentary: Editing; Seven Scenes Cut; Kieslowski's last film
Kieslowski filmography
'Red at Cannes 1994', La Sept Arte / LMK Images, 1994, directed by Dominique Rabourdin 15 minutes, in Polish and French with English subtitles
Source Miramax

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