Three Colors : White (Trois couleurs: Blanc) is a 1994 French-Polish comedy-drama art film co-written, produced, and directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski. White is the second in the Three Colors 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.
== Karol Karol ==
That was a blank. The next one's real. Are you sure?
After shooting a blank at someone who had hired him to assist him in suicide — by shooting him.
== Dominique Vidal ==
Our marriage was never consummated.
== Mikolaj ==
What counts on bridge is memory. … And mine is excellent.
== Dialogue ==
First Thief: [opening large trunk, in which Karol has hidden] Fuck! It's alive!
Second Thief: What the fuck?
Third Thief: Pull him out!
== Cast ==
Zbigniew Zamachowski - Karol Karol
Julie Delpy - Dominique Vidal
Janusz Gajos - Mikołaj
Jerzy Stuhr - Jurek
Aleksander Bardini - Le notaire (The Lawyer)
Grzegorz Warchoł - L'élégant (The Elegant Man)
Cezary Harasimowicz - L'inspecteur (The Inspector)
Jerzy Nowak - Le vieux paysan (The Old Farmer)
Jerzy Trela - Monsieur Bronek
Teresa Budzisz-Krzyżanowska - Madame Jadwiga
== External links ==
Three Colors: White quotes at the Internet Movie Database
Siskel & Ebert - "Three Colors: White"
Three Colors: White at Rotten Tomatoes
Criterion Collection Essay by Colin MacCabe
Criterion Collection Essay by Stuart Klawans
Discover Polish Cinema with Dave – White