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Dominic Dirupo 5 years ago
Mr Bad Luck revenge drama on ice queen wife movie. Better than average
Juan Jimenez over 5 years ago
I always get mad when after teaching her a lesson, main character decides to... *Spoilers*
Annika Løchte Taylor over 5 years ago
I never really caught on to the story and visually it seemed like the weakest of the three
Catherine 8 months ago
Milda 8 months ago
Ali Çolpan 2 years ago
Türkü 2 years ago
Lino Monteiro 3 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Melih Manisalıgil over 3 years ago
Faith Cameletti almost 4 years ago
SS almost 4 years ago
David Wolder almost 5 years ago
frank mint 5 years ago
matt sawkill over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Emily Wigley over 5 years ago
Ed Wong over 6 years ago
Three Colors: White (French: Trois Couleurs: Blanc, Polish: Trzy kolory. Biały) is a 1994 Polish mystery comedy-drama film co-written, produced, and directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski. White is the second in The Three Colors Trilogy, themed on the French Revolutionary ideals, following Blue and preceding Red. Starting in Paris, the film depicts Karol Karol, a shy man who, after being left by his wife in humiliating circumstances, loses his money, his residency, and his friends. As a deeply ashamed beggar in Warsaw, Karol begins his effort to restore equality to his life through revenge. This film illustrates the second theme of the Three Colors trilogy, equality, through the two desires of the protagonist Karol Karol: improving his station in life, and revenge. In contrast to the introspective, melancholy, and eventually hopeful stories of Blue and Red, White is a black comedy. After opening with a brief, seemingly irrelevant scene of a suitcase on an airport carousel, the story quickly...
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