Three Colours White, an ironic black comedy, is the second film in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s acclaimed trilogy based on the three ideals of the French Revolution.
Karol, a Polish hairdresser, is divorced by his beautiful French wife Dominique and thrown onto the streets of Paris, penniless and with no passport. All seems lost until he meets a fellow Pole who ingeniously smuggles Karol back to Warsaw in a suitcase. Once there, Karol is determined to take revenge against his ex-wife. He deals successfully on the black market until he has enough money to put his plan into action, but he hasn’t counted on love getting in the way of its perfect execution.
Running time: 1hr 36mins
Language: French with English subtitles
*Please note: Film starts at advertised time*
Sunday 21 May at 6.30pm
Tuesday 23 May at 5pm
Please note: All entry to Malvern Cinema is currently through the fire exits located at the front (Grange Road) side of the building. For audience members entering through the rear (Park) doors, entry to the Cinema is via the corridor adjacent to Door 6 of the Forum Theatre. We very much regret that, for reasons of safety, there will be no wheelchair access to Malvern Cinema until further notice. Because of this we will be substantially increasing the number of film screenings in the Forum Theatre, which remains accessible to wheelchair users.