Trois couleurs: Blanc (1993) is the second part of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s trilogy in which he plays with the French concepts of freedom, equality and fraternity.
A Polish barber (Zamachowski) in Paris is dumped after six months of marriage to a rich woman (Dominique) because of his impotence. He ends up in the gutter, manages to get to Poland, rebuilds a life there and contemplates a dramatic return to Dominique. Black comedy in which the color white dominates, carried by charming Zamachowski, previously seen in Kieslowski’s Tenth Commandment Dekalog. Trois couleurs: Blanc is considered the least of the triptych due to lesser degrees of lushness, but is the best due to raunchy psychology.