Screening of Three Colors: Blue
Thank you all for coming to our pub meeting in Asgard last Thursday, we were glad to see so many people, especially the new members!
We are pleased to invite you to our first screening this semester. This coming Thursday, at 7:30pm in 4-231 on MIT campus we are projecting Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors: Blue.
Three Colors: Blue is the first of the three movies that comprise the trilogy Three Colors. We plan to screen the other two parts in November (White) and December (Red)*. Blue tells the story of a woman who tragically lost her husband and daughter and is trying to free herself from the past. The movie is in French, with English subtitles. The relation of the colors in the trilogy title to the colors of the French flag is not accidental. Throughout the three parts, there are many connotations with the ideals of French Revolution: liberty, equality and fraternity.
Polish snacks will be served before the screening. Please sign up here (not compulsory) if you are planning to come, to make it easier for us when buying food.
P.S. Tentative dates for the remaining parts are: White, November 17, Red, December 14.