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By Geoff Andrew

From Amazon: "This appreciative account of the "Three Colours" trilogy communicates the ability and imagery of the flicks, and demonstrates how Kieslowski's artwork is delivered to endure of their relocating renditions of the lives of its characters. An interview with Kieslowsi presently ahead of his demise concludes this tribute."

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