katie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Grief in cinema is so important to me. I've been through grief at its worse, and I still can't really put into words what it feels like. But in Blue, the feeling is perfectly portrayed, through anger, pain, longing, forgiveness, and desperation.
Because grief is not black and white, grief is blue. Grief is everything you've ever felt at once, tangled up in your stomach in knots. Grief is when Julie runs her knuckles across a wall to taste the blood coming from her own hands. I love grief in cinema because of films like this. Blue is perfect.