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Introduction from Annette Insdorf on August 11 at 6:15pm
See all three newly restored films in the Three Colors trilogy and save: $30 (General Public) / $25 (Members). Discount automatically applied at checkout.
Split between Paris and Warsaw, the middle film in Kieślowski’s Three Colors—perhaps the most biting and playful entry in the trilogy—is a darkly funny revenge film about post-communist Poland’s position in the burgeoning European Union, as well as a strangely moving, lyrical portrait of tortured love. Zbigniew Zamachowski plays Karol Karol, an endearingly Chaplinesque schlemiel who adores his wife (Julie Delpy) with such passion that he’s rendered sexually impotent in her arms. After she strips him emotionally and materially, he returns to Poland, where various droll and highly lucrative developments permit him to turn the tables on the woman who is forever imprisoned in his heart. Winner of the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival. New 4K restoration. A Janus Films release.
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