Blue
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A year before director Derek Jarman succumbed fully to AIDS, he made his last film. In Blue, the color blue is all there is to see as Jarman tries to bring the audience into his vision-impaired world. Jarman offers his insights on life, love, disease, the meaning of art, and the symbology of the color blue over a blue screen. Actors, including Tilda Swinton and John Quentin, also read from Jarman's journals and poetry.
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"Derek Jarman's filmic essay on his own blindness and impending death is a monochromatic elegy to a director's loss of vision."
‑ Anton Bitel, Film4
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