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Down-and-out Polish immigrant Karol Karol is desperate to get out of France. He's obsessed with his French soon-to-be ex-wife (Before Sunrise's Julie Delpy), his French bank account is frozen, and he's fed up with the inequality of it all. Penniless, he convinces a fellow Pole to smuggle him home in a suitcase--which then gets stolen from the airport.

The unhappy thieves beat him and dump him in a snowy rock pit. Things can only get better, right? The story evolves into a wickedly funny anti-romance, an inverse Romeo and Juliet. Because it's in two foreign languages, the dialogue can be occasionally hard to follow, but some of the most genuinely funny and touching moments need no verbal explanation. - Grant Balfour

studio:
  • Curzon Artificial Eye
Run Time:
  • 91 mins approx.
Director:
  • Krzysztof Kieslowski
Dubbing Languages:
  • Polish

Certificate:
  • 15
Actor:
  • Julie Delpy
Main Language:
  • French
Series:
  • Three Colours
Region:
  • B

Three Colours: White

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Down-and-out Polish immigrant Karol Karol is desperate to get out of France. He's obsessed with his French soon-to-be ex-wife (Before Sunrise's Julie Delpy), his French bank account is frozen, and he's fed up with the inequality of it all. Penniless, he convinces a fellow Pole to smuggle him home in a suitcase--which then gets stolen from the airport.

The unhappy thieves beat him and dump him in a snowy rock pit. Things can only get better, right? The story evolves into a wickedly funny anti-romance, an inverse Romeo and Juliet. Because it's in two foreign languages, the dialogue can be occasionally hard to follow, but some of the most genuinely funny and touching moments need no verbal explanation. - Grant Balfour

studio:
  • Curzon Artificial Eye
Run Time:
  • 91 mins approx.
Director:
  • Krzysztof Kieslowski
Dubbing Languages:
  • Polish

Certificate:
  • 15
Actor:
  • Julie Delpy
Main Language:
  • French
Series:
  • Three Colours
Region:
  • B
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