Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski Cast: Zbigniew Zamachowski, Janusz Gajos,Jerzy Stuhr, Cezary Harasimowicz Production: Mk2,France 3 Cine, Cab,Tor,Canal+. - Country: Italy, Year: 1993 - 120'.Synopsis: White is the second chapter of Krzysztof Kieslowski's trilogy. Instead of the dark, somber tone adopted Blue, this film aims for something lighter. Additionally, while White possesses a sardonic quality never sought after by its predecessor, the emotional tapestry of this picture is not the other's equal. White begins in a Parisian courtroom with the arrival of a lonely, dejected Karol Karol clutching a summons and looking downtrodden. Shortly thereafter, his marriage has been dissolved by the court because of his inability to consummate the union, and his beautiful young wife Dominique has claimed that she no longer loves him. Karol is devastated, and decides to quit Paris for his native Poland. To make matters worse, he has no passport and no money to obtain one, and after Dominique sets fire to a beauty shop that he and she owned together, the police want him for arson. White focuses mainly on Karol's life, and that's one of its possible flaws.
AVAILABLE IN ITALIAN AND FRENCH
- Model: DV003010
- Shipping Weight: 0.1Kg
- Materials: DVD
- Origin: Italy