Three Colors: White

Three Colors: White

Polish immigrant Karol Karol finds himself out of a marriage, a job and a country when his French wife, Dominique, divorces him after six months due to his impotence. Forced to leave France after losing the business they jointly owned, Karol enlists fellow Polish expatriate Mikolah to smuggle him back to their homeland.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:Polish,French,English,Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   statue,   murder,  

Karol married and moved to Paris to live Dominique. However, their marriage did not last long. After divorce, Karol is forced to leave home and lives around the station. He returns to Poland but his heart can not forget Dominique.Let's follow him in this interesting movie . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Victor T (fr) wrote: Michael Crichton is now remembered as a big author that had creative success on the page, TV ("ER") and film ("Jurassic Park"), but it is often forgotten that he also had a brief career as a director, starting with the Jurassic Park precursor "Westworld". Is this a solid sci-fi film and a solid directorial debut? Or is it a forgettable product of its time?DELOS is a highly technological amusement park design for rich people, as each day costs $1000. It consist of three worlds populated by androids, (or as I like to called them, Synths), that meticulously recreate an historical era: Westworld, RomanWorld and MedivalWorld. We follow Peter and John, a pair of friends who go to visit WestWorld, but in the middle of their vacation, things get out of control within DELOS. After deciding to watch the new HBO series, I also decided to give its source material a try, even though it looked campy, and what I got is quite peculiar. "Westworld" has passable acting (may I just say that Josh Brolin's dad looks like Christian Bale), hilariously dated effects, a score that sounds like the composer was selecting random notes and random instruments, it has one of worst editing jobs I've seen, the screenplay shows that it has written by a novelist (as it takes too much time in establishing the setting, thus the ending is rushed), Crichton's directing is as amateurish as you would expect for a first time director, and the concept is quite silly. But let's also give credit where credit is due as this film has some greatness within. While the effects are dated they are impressive for their time, many ideas are so good that most of them are now staples of the sci-fi genre, and there are many scenes that while they are not well executed in the technical level they are still so much fun to watch (specially the climax). "Westworld" is a film that despite having a silly premise, extremely amateurish direction and the fact that it is quite dated, manages to stand out thanks to its peculiar visuals, some interesting sci-fi ideas and a fun climax. Forgettable, silly, dated but quite entertaining.

Paul P (mx) wrote: Had about an hour of good material and lots of potential but was destroyed by dragging, nonsensical randomness and repetitive opera singing.

Beverley D (ag) wrote: Great basketall movie

Jennifer B (es) wrote: This is the funniest movie I have ever seen!! This took some imagination to create!

Sanford R (fr) wrote: Surprisingly entertaining for me

Charlie G (nl) wrote: Good actors but it could have used a better storyline.

Alex K (au) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.

Jennifer D (de) wrote: This is fabulous. Beautifully recorded. With or Without You and it's subtle amazing colors brings me to my knees every single time without fail. I love their commentary, love the renditions. I watch this on my iPod before bed quite often. Never fails to make me happy.

Jason J (ag) wrote: Wonderful movie of a man remembering about a relationship he had with his first love who has since died.

Alexander C (kr) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Allan C (de) wrote: Of all the Child's Play/Chucky sequels, this may be the high point. The original film is still the best and although the tone of this sequel is significantly different, fully embracing a comic/horror tone, it's a very fun film. In this fourth film in the series, Jennifer Tilly plays a murderous goth who wants to resurrect Chucky. She does that and then after a series of events finds herself also in the body of a creepy doll. That's pretty much it. Chucky and Tiffany then go on a murder spree, but the film is gamily directed by Hong Kong director Ronny Yu and features a fun cast besides just Tilly and Dourif, including Katherine Heigl, Alexis Arquette, John Ritter, and Kathy Najimy. I'm generally not a fan of horror/comedies, but this one works. Still, it's not a film for all tastes and I think most viewers would have a pretty good idea before going into it if it's your cup of tea or not.

Paul A (us) wrote: This movie is bad, The storyline was dull and lame, and I didn't enjoy watching this at all tbh. I give it one star because the majority of the acting was good, except for the posh sounding alien who possessed a guy, which sounded annoying and fake. Also the setting in the middle of a snowstorm was pretty nice to look at visually. But this is a terrible movie and perhaps Morgan Freemans worst movie.

Ola G (ru) wrote: British agent 009 is found dead at the British embassy in East Berlin, dressed as a circus clown and carrying a fake Faberg egg. MI6 immediately suspects Soviet involvement and, after seeing the real egg appear at an auction in London, sends James Bond (Roger Moore) to investigate and find out the identity of the seller. At the auction, Bond is able to swap the real egg with the fake and engages in a bidding war with exiled Afghan prince Kamal Khan (Louis Jourdan), forcing Khan to pay 500,000 for the fake egg. Eventually Bond becomes suspicious when Kahn meets up with Russian General Orlov (Steven Berkoff). Bond soon finds out that Kahn's and Orlov's plan is to blow up a nuclear device in an American Air Force Base. Bond teams up with a circus group, which are headed by the beautiful Octopussy (Maud Adams), who is also a close friend of Kahn. Will Bond be able to prevent World War III before it begins?...Danny Peary wrote that "Octopussy" "has slow spots, little humour, and villains who aren't nearly of the calibre of Dr. No, Goldfinger, or Blofeld. Also, the filmmakers make the mistake of demeaning Bond by having him swing through the trees and emitting a Tarzan cry and having him hide in a gorilla suit and later disguise himself as a clown (whom all the kids at the circus laugh at). It's as if they're trying to remind us that everything is tongue-in-cheek, but that makes little sense, for the film is much more serious than typical Bond outings - in fact, it recalls the tone of From Russia with Love." I think "Octopussy" is the Bond movie I have seen the least times and when finally re-seeing it the other week after many years I understand quite well why I havent seen it more times as this is by far the worst Roger Moore/Bond movie. Maybe even the worst Bond movie period. The storyline is not bad, settings in India and DDR during the Cold War are intriguing and theres ok characters such as Octopussy. It shows so much potential, but after the opening sequence nothing works out. The cheese fest in terms of ridiculous scenes, stupid dialogue, having Bond swinging in the treetops emitting a Tarzan cry as said it just too much for me. The attempt to poke some fun at the series and character fails miserably. Plus the fact that Roger Moore looks old and not that interested in doing the 007 role anymore. And theres so many poor studio backlot shots, poor general studio shots and too many scenes where you can clearly see the stuntman doing the action. Plus the title design is weak and so is the film's main title song "All Time High" sung by Rita Coolidge. It makes no mark at all. I have always liked "For Your Eyes Only", which is a solid Bond movie in my book, but this follow up is not handled well by John Glen. Released in the same year as the rival James Bond production "Never Say Never Again" (1983) which showcased the return of Sean Connery to the role. "Octopussy" made $187 million worldwide, "Never Say Never Again" $160 million. However, in my book both are very weak as Bond movies. Trivia: During casting, James Brolin was almost given the role of James Bond when at the last minute, Roger Moore agreed to play Bond again. Brolin's screen tests can be seen on the DVD. Moore had gone out of contract after Moonraker (1979), and had agreed to return to the role one more time in "For Your Eyes Only" (1981). The production went with Moore because this film would be competing with "Never Say Never Again" (1983) starring original and former James Bond actor and legend Sean Connery. The uncertainty in using an American actor in the role and having to introduce a new actor in going-up against Connery were the reasons.

Sam W (ag) wrote: A classic Clancy tale of politics and action with good performances from the cast. Told in a straightforward manner, this is effectively done entertainment, although the ending is too drawn out.

Corey B (gb) wrote: Extremely under rated movie with the best hollywood boxing fight ever shot in my opinion. This is one of those movies that I hold close, because this is one of the movies I love that most people dislike or know little of (and there are a few of them sadly).

Tricia M (fr) wrote: Great action scenes. The choreograph was fresh and new. There was definitely a more intimate nature to the action. Loved the fact that the entire premise of the film is completely preposterous. Keanu Reeves' acting was mediocer as usual but that didn't matter. The director was the star of this film.

narnilla b (es) wrote: it's okay for the family but needs work w/ the humor in it