Publications

Articles:

Nesselson, L., Variety (New York), 31 January 1994.

Amiel, V., ''Le milieu, les origines,'' in Positif (Paris), February 1994.

Jousse, T., ''Marché noir,'' in Cahiers du Cinéma (Paris), February 1994.

Rayns, T., ''Glowing in the Dark,'' in Sight and Sound (London), June 1994.

Strick, P., Sight and Sound (London), June 1994.

Johnston, Trevor, interview with Julie Delpy, in Time Out (London), no. 1242, 8 June 1994.

Pawelczak, A., Films in Review (New York), July/August 1994. Positif (Paris), September 1994.

Williams, D.E., "White," in Film Threat (Beverly Hills), vol. 18, October 1994.

Jean, Marcel, ''Voir Rouge,'' in 24 Images (Montreal), no. 76, Spring 1995.

Pope, Angela, ''In Memory,'' in Sight & Sound (London), vol. 6, no. 8, August 1996.

Coates, Paul, ''The Sense of an Ending: Reflections on Kieslowski's Trilogy,'' in Film Quarterly (Berkeley), vol. 50, no. 2, Winter 1996-1997.

Insdorf, A., ''White,'' in Film Comment (New York), vol. 33, March/ April 1997.

TROIS COULEURS: ROUGE France-Switzerland-Poland, 1994

Production: MK2 Productions SA, France 3 Cinema, CAB Productions SA, TOR Production, in association with Canal Plus; colour, 35mm; running time: 99 minutes.

Producer: Marin Karmitz; screenplay: Krzystof Kieslowski and Krzystof Piesiewicz; photography: Piotr Sobocinski; editor: Jacques Witta; assistant director: Emmanuel Finkiel; set design: Claude Lenoir; music: Zbigniew Preisner and Van Den Budenmayer; sound editors: Piotr Zawadski, Francine Lemaitre, Jean-Claude Laureux, and Nicolas Naegelen; costumes: Nadia Cuenoid and Véronique Michel.

Cast: Irène Jacob (Valentine Dussaut); Jean-Louis Trintignant (Judge Joseph Kern); Frédérique Feder (Karin); Jean-Pierre Lorit (Auguste Bruner); Samuel Lebihan (Photographer); Marion Stalens (Veterinary Surgeon); Teco Celio (Barman); Juliette Binoche, Julie Delpy, Benoit Régent, Zbigniew Zamachowski.

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