Three Colours: White | reviewed by: Mark Dancer | January 3, 2012
The second of Kieslowski's Three Colors film deals with the theme of equality. A great film, but the low point of the fantastic trilogy.
|genre||Comedy | Drama | foreign|
|synopsis||White is the second film from the trilogy by Kieślowski. “White” meaning equality. Here Kieślowski shows his talent at making comedies. It’s about the relationship between Karol, a polish hair dresser, and the beautiful Dominique, who he’s dependant on.|
|lead actors||Zbigniew Zamachowski | Julie Delpy | Janusz Gajos | Jerzy Stuhr | Aleksander Bardini|