Geoff Andrew's BFI: The 'Three Colours' Trilogy (1998) is a good companion to Polish director Krysztof Kielsowski's towering achievement of three films based on the concepts of the French flag-liberty (Blue), equality (White), and fraternity (Red). It begins with an Introduction and then nine chapters. The first, "Before the Trilogy" gives a nice overview of Kielowski's previous work before the trilogy. It is followed by "making the Trilogy" and three successive chapters on the the three films: Blue, White, Red. Then three chapters concerned with "The Trilogy"-"Connections," "Reflections," and "Coda." It finally ends with "Elegy: Remembering Kielowski"-which includes the author's own interview with the director before his death in 1996.