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Trois couleurs: blanc movie. Trois couleurs: blanc sur les. Trois couleurs blanc. Synopsis Karol (Polish) marries Dominique (French) and moves to Paris. The marriage breaks down and Dominique divorces Karol, forcing him into the life of a metro beggar and eventually back to Poland. However, he never forgets Dominique and while building a new life for himself in Warsaw he begins to plot. Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski Writer: Krzysztof Kieslowski (scenario) Krzysztof Piesiewicz (scenario) Agnieszka Holland (scenario collaborator) Edward Zebrowski (scenario collaborator) Edward Klosinski (scenario collaborator) Marcin Latallo (dialogue translation) Actors: Zbigniew Zamachowski, Julie Delpy, Janusz Gajos, Jerzy Stuhr Keywords: Three Colors: White yify sub, yts subtitles Three Colors: White, subtitle Three Colors: White, yify subtitles Three Colors: White, Three Colors: White subtitle, Three Colors: White movie subtitles, Three Colors: White yify subtitle, Three Colors: White yify subs, Three Colors: White download subtitles, Three Colors: White subscene.
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I found "White" the second part of Krzysztof Kieslowski's Colors Trilogy(the others being "Blue" and "Red" to be the least involving and the least successful.
Strangely enough, despite being the shortest of three films( White" clocks in at ninety-two minutes, Blue" at ninety-seven and "Red" at ninety-nine) this is the one that felt the longest. I'm sorry to confess that I became bored at about the one hour mark and started fidgeting like mad until the movie reached its unsatisfying and seemingly unfinished ending.
I would go with "Red" or "Blue" personally, though "White" may be worth seeing for the sake of comparison. Trois couleurs: blanches. (Redirected from Three Colors: White) Three Colours: White Theatrical release poster Directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski Produced by Marin Karmitz Written by Krzysztof Kieślowski Krzysztof Piesiewicz Starring Zbigniew Zamachowski Julie Delpy Janusz Gajos Jerzy Stuhr Music by Zbigniew Preisner Cinematography Edward Kłosiński Edited by Urszula Lesiak Production company France 3 Cinéma Canal+ Distributed by MK2 Distribution (France) Miramax (United States) Release date 26 January 1994 Running time 87 minutes Country France Poland Switzerland Language Polish French Russian English Box office 1. 4 million Three Colours: White ( French: Trois couleurs: Blanc, Polish: Trzy kolory. Biały) is a 1994 French-Polish comedy-drama film co-written, produced, and directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski.  2] White is the second in the Three Colours trilogy, themed on the French Revolutionary ideals, following Blue and preceding Red. The film was selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 67th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.  White is about equality, with the film depicting Karol Karol, a shy man who, after being left by his wife in humiliating circumstances in Paris, loses his money, his residency, and his friends. As a deeply ashamed beggar in Paris, Karol begins his effort to restore equality to his life through revenge. Plot [ edit] After opening with a brief, seemingly irrelevant scene of a suitcase on an airport carousel, the story quickly focuses on a Paris divorce court where Karol Karol ( Zbigniew Zamachowski) is pleading with the judge — the same legal proceedings that Juliette Binoche 's character briefly stumbled upon in Blue. The immigrant Karol, despite his difficulty in understanding French, is made to understand that his wife Dominique ( Julie Delpy) does not love him. The grounds for divorce are humiliating: Karol was unable to consummate the marriage. Along with his wife, he loses his means of support (a beauty salon they jointly owned) his legal residency in France, and the rest of his cash in a series of mishaps, and is soon a beggar. He only retains a two franc coin. In a Paris Métro station, performing songs for spare change, Karol meets and is befriended by another Pole, Mikołaj ( Janusz Gajos. While Karol has lost his wife and his property, Mikołaj is married and successful; he offers Karol a job consisting of killing someone who wants to be dead but does not have enough courage to do it himself. Through a hazardous scheme, Mikołaj helps him return to Poland hidden in the suitcase shown at the beginning of the film, which is later stolen by employees at the airport. He returns to working as a hairdresser with his brother ( Jerzy Stuhr. Karol takes a job as a bodyguard in a seemingly innocent cash exchange office. Mikołaj meets Karol in a Warsaw Metro tunnel for the execution of the "suicide" it turns out to be that Mikołaj is the intended victim and asks Karol to kill him. Karol shoots a blank into Mikołaj's chest and asks him if he really wants to go through with it as the next bullet is real. Mikołaj refuses and is able to feel alive again. Using his position as a deceptively foolish bodyguard, Karol spies on his bosses and discovers their scheme to purchase different pieces of land that they knew were going to be targeted by big companies for development and resell for large profits. Karol beats them to it, and then tells his ex-bosses that if they kill him all his estate shall go to the church, and they are therefore forced to purchase all the land from him. With the money he gained from this scheme and with the payment from Mikołaj, the two go into business (of a vaguely defined but possibly illegal nature) together. Karol becomes ruthlessly ambitious, focusing his energies on money-making schemes while learning French and brooding over his wife's abandonment. He uses his new financial influence in a world where, as several characters observe, you can buy anything" to execute a complex scheme to first win back Dominique, and then destroy her life by faking his own death after which she is imprisoned for his 'murder. The final image of the film shows Karol staring at Dominique through the window of her prison cell, her gesturing at him, and Karol crying. Cast [ edit] Zbigniew Zamachowski as Karol Karol Julie Delpy as Dominique Vidal Janusz Gajos as Mikołaj Jerzy Stuhr as Jurek Aleksander Bardini as Le notaire (The Lawyer) Grzegorz Warchoł as L'élégant (The Elegant Man) Cezary Harasimowicz as L'inspecteur (The Inspector) Jerzy Nowak as Le vieux paysan (The Old Farmer) Jerzy Trela as Monsieur Bronek Teresa Budzisz-Krzyżanowska as Madame Jadwiga Production [ edit] The final scene of Dominique standing behind bars of her prison cell was shot months after the rest of the film, and was intended to soften Dominique's image; Kieślowski has said that he was dissatisfied with the ending shot previously and wanted her to seem less of a monster.  Analysis [ edit] The film has been interpreted as an anti-comedy by Roger Ebert, in parallel with Blue being an anti-tragedy and Red being an anti-romance.  Reception [ edit] Three Colours: White was met with critical acclaim; it holds an 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 43 reviews.  Soundtrack [ edit] Awards and recognition [ edit] Kieślowski won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 44th Berlin International Film Festival in 1994.  See also [ edit] List of submissions to the 67th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film List of Polish submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film References [ edit] MacCabe, Colin. "Three Colors: A Hymn to European Cinema. Criterion. Retrieved 13 March 2012. ^ Ankeny, Jason. "White (1994. Allmovie. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved December 9, 2012. ^ Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ^ A Conversation with Julie Delpy on Kieslowski" special feature on White (Miramax DVD, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Region 1 release, 2003. ^ Three Colors Trilogy: Blue, White, Red (1993-1994) by Roger Ebert, March 9, 2003 ^ Overview and synopsis on Rotten Tomatoes; Film review and synopsis on Rotten Tomatoes ^ Berlinale: 1994 Prize Winners. Retrieved 2011-12-30. External links [ edit] Three Colours: White on IMDb Three Colours: White at AllMovie Three Colours: White at Box Office Mojo Three Colours: White at Rotten Tomatoes Three Colors: A Hymn to European Cinema an essay by Colin MacCabe at the Criterion Collection White: The Nonpolitical Reunifications of Karol Karol an essay by Stuart Klawans at the Criterion Collection Discover Polish Cinema with Dave – White.
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Three Colours: White is a film quite different in mood and atmosphere from "Blue.
"White" symbolizes the political ideal of "equality" from the motto of the French Republic.
If the first film was heavy on the dark, melancholic mood, White" is laced with some dark humour.
The story revolves around Karol Karol, a Polish hair dresser, whose wife Dominique is seeking divorce.
Eventually Dominique leaves her husband nothing, and he is left in dire straits. Fate introduces Karol to a man named Mikolaj. Things change for Karol from this point onwards and that forms the crux of the rest of the story.
This is a brilliant film from start to finish with a superb closing scene.
The performances by Zbigniew Zamachowski, Julie Delpy and Janusz Gajos portraying the central characters are superb. Zamachowski, especially deserves kudos for his performance as the husband down on his luck.
As in the first movie, there is heavy use of the colour symbolism, the excessive use of the white colour in most frames in the film. The score by Zbigniew Preisner, as in the first film, is fantastic.
This is a very worthy follow-up, even though this has been regarded by some as the weakest film of the three.
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