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We learn that Karol has married a beautiful French woman, Dominique (the exquisite Julie Delpy) and that, although their love life was fine back in Poland and right up to their wedding day, Karol now finds himself in a French court being immediately divorced by Dominique for his inability to consummate their marriage.Perhaps it is due to his apprehension at living in a strange and hostile city where he doesn't belong and in which he can't even speak the language, or perhaps it is due to his frustration at the fact that Dominique now very much wields the power in their relationship back in her home city, it is not clear what the problem is, other than to hint at the fact that this is a recent and perhaps temporary one for Karol.Unlike Blue and Red, White offers a simple and direct storyline, without the sub-plots.
) and then the bank manager coldly destroys his cancelled card, Karol finds himself destitute, with no access to any money, on the harsh Paris streets and with his sole possession being a suitcase containing his (white) Polish hairdressing diplomas and a (white) porcelain statue he evidently steals from a store (the statue being a tangible but pathetic reminder of his pre-Paris Dominique) . There is a very poignant scene which sums up this first part of the movie; a shot of a beaten, bruised and bloodied Karol lying face down in the snow at the bottom of a rubbish tip.
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Two awkward virgins hook up (drunkenly), fall in love (maybe), and get pregnant (twins).
The style is abrupt and the look and feel of the film contrasts to the softness of the other two in every way.
The colour palette for this film, such as it is, is, well, white - making for a fairly bland canvas and one that is on a practical level also very hard to film (ever tried to film snow? All of this lends itself ideally to using this film as the vehicle to juxtapose between the serenity of the other two. The humour is black and the treatment of the protagonists is harsh - attributes which fall logically into place when you start to appreciate the very dry Polish sense of humour.