Some time later later someone at Organic (hi Will) gently pointed out that the release date for the trilogy had been and gone without so much as a whisper from me (obviously nobody's going to buy it without my recommendation), and so I resolved to do something about it immediately. The thing is, who's got time to watch three films in a row these days? Nobody, that's who. So I decided to make my life easier by watching the first ten minutes of Three Colours: Blue, the middle ten minutes of Three Colours: White and the final ten minutes of Three Colours: Red in order to save all that boring actual watching of entire films.
Yep, The Guardian may have liveblogged the whole trilogy over three nights in November (here, here and here), but The Incredible Suit is going one step further by reducing a recognised genius' magnum opus to half an hour of ill-informed and embarrassingly late wittering. Here are my findings.
Three Colours: Blue
Three Colours: White
Three Colours: Red
In conclusionI'm none the wiser about what the Three Colours trilogy is about but I can tell you that it's unutterably beautiful to look at, remarkably gripping surprisingly quickly and very blue, white and red. I'll be watching the whole thing in full as soon as possible but for now, Organic Marketing, I think my work here is done. Any chance you could send me Kill List?