Three colours: white

A Polish hairdresser suffers a series of humiliations in Paris- he becomes impotent, his French wife divorces him and he is reduced to penury- and returns to Warsaw with the aim of becoming rich and winning back his wife.
Funny, bleak and, like all Kieslowski films, austerely handsome- a festival of minimalist virtuosity. ( Halliwell’s)

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