Three Colours: White (Trois Couleurs Blanc) (1994)

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Released 17-Dec-2001
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White is the sequel to Kieslowski's Blue. In this story we follow the life of a Polish hairdresser Karol, who lives in Paris. We enter Karol's life, whilst his life in on a sexual and financial flop. To make matters worse his French wife Dominique, is divorcing him. He is left without a franc to his name, his only possession is a suitcase full of diplomas and tools of his trade. Karol decides during a telephone conversation with his ex-wife that their life together may be at the end and he should hang up and leave her and her new lover to have sex on their own. Karol decides to go back to Poland and make it big as a hairdresser. After a misfortunate start back in Poland, Karol does make it big. He is the absolute capitalist and knows the power of money. But all the burgundy, chauffeur driven Volvos and Russian corpses that he can buy are nothing compared to Dominique. If he could give all that he had, his money, his power, even his life just to have her love back he would.
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Julie Delpy
Zbigniew Zamachowski
Janusz Gajos
Jerzy Stuhr
Directed by
Krzysztov Kieslowski
Zbigniew Preisner
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding
Drama 1994 87:35 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
Widescreen 1.78:1, NOT 16x9 Enhanced
French Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
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