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  1. “All three of these films are set at least partially in Paris…” but which bit of Three Colours Red was set in Paris? I only recognized the Carouge district of Geneva and La Manche where the ferry incident occurs.

    Blue is all about the lack of liberty, not liberty.

    All three films are to do with connections between people, irrespective of gender. The law connection is a hommage to his co-scriptwriter Piesiewicz and little to do with these films, unless you mean law beyond the human kind as portrayed by Kieslowski in his earlier Decalogue in which case you’ve touched onto a good point. Invisible laws of chance and unknowns, that we might not be aware of.

    The judge and Valentine are neighbours? Erm, they do live two miles away from each other… 🙂 but I suppose you are right there.

  2. Battleship Pretension says:

    You’re right. I should have said “at least partially set in France.” I’ve updated the post. Thanks for the heads up.

    I used the term “neighbors” because I was talking about the “fraternity” theme. Perhaps it was a stretch but I think, for the purposes of my interpretation, it’s a fitting word.

    – David

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