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Three Colors: White
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(1994)

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.

Runtime:
1:31
Released:
January 26, 1994

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Cast

Rfe2qqqcsru3ey8cddqbpulu6os Zbigniew Zamachowski Karol Karol
7kuuxcbgjh7kgvqpsugmlgmvrf0 Julie Delpy Dominique
Uw0ajmms9nqkh0vanf750weivji Janusz Gajos Mikołaj
Dgsjg2m6akaxwvxz89zzgrqqogu Jerzy Stuhr Jurek
Aleksander Bardini Notar
Grzegorz Warchol L'elegant
Cezary Harasimowicz L'inspecteur
Jerzy Nowak La vieux payson
Philippe Morier-Genoud Le juge
Qlztpnfyxkro2ws2ccjaljl1jlf Juliette Binoche Julie Vignon

Crew

Camera

Edward Klosinski Director of Photography

Editing

Urszula Lesiak Editor

Production

Marin Karmitz Producer

Sound

Zbigniew Preisner Original Music Composer

Zbigniew Preisner Original Music Composer

Writing

Krzysztof Piesiewicz Author

Krzysztof Kieslowski Author