Call number: DVD-322

Trois Couleurs: Blanc [Three Colours White]

MK2 Productions, Paris; France 3 Cinéma, Paris; CAB Productions SA, Lausanne; Tor Production, Warsaw, 1993
Producer Marin Karmitz
Executive producer Yvon Crenn
Screenplay Krzysztof Piesiewicz and Krzysztof Kieslowski
Photography Edward Klosinski
Music Zbigniew Preisner

Karol Karol		       	    Zbigniew Zamachowski
Dominique			    Julie Delpy
Mikolaj			       	    Janusz Gajos
Jurek				    Jerzy Stuhr
The elegant man    		    Grzegorz Warchol
The old peasant    		    Jerzy Nowak
The lawyer			    Aleksander Bardini
The inspector  			    Cezary Harasimowicz
Monsieur Bronek			    Jerzy Trela
The owner of the bureau de change   Cezary Gazura
92 minutes
In French and Polish with optional English subtitles or optional English captions
for the hearing impaired


Tramwaj [The Tram]
Lodz Film School, 1966
Screenplay Krzysztof Kieslowski
Photography Zdzislaw Kaczmarek
Cast: Jerzy Braszka, Maria Janiec
6 minutes
In Polish with English subtitles


Twarz [The Face]
PWSTiF, Polish Film and Television School, 1966
6 minutes
In Polish with English subtitles


Urzad [The Office]
Lodz Film School, 1966
Screenplay Krzysztof Kieslowski
Photography Lechoslaw Trzesowski
6 minutes
In Polish with English subtitles

Region code 1
Aspect ratio Widescreen (1.85:1) enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features 'A Look at Trois couleurs: Blanc', 7 minutes, in English, with Geoff Andrews, Julie Delpy, Annette Insdorf, Agnieszka Holland
A discussion of 'Kieslowski: the later years' 21 minutes, in English, with Agnieszka Holland, Annette Insdorf, Irène Jacob, Geoff Andrews, Slawomir Idziak, Jacques Witta, Piotr Jaxa
A discussion on: Working with Kieslowski, 19 minutes, in English, with Annette Insdorf, Geoff Andrews, Agnieszka Holland, Jacques Witta, Philippe Volter, Juliette Binoche, Irène Jacob, Slawomir Idziak, William Flageollet, Piotr Jaxa, Julie Delpy
A conversation with Julie Delpy on Kieslowski, minutes, in English
Krzysztof Kieslowski's cinema lesson, 11 minutes, in Polish with English and French subtitles
Optional audio commentary with Annette Insdorf
Marin Karmitz interview with selected scenes commentary: Production notes / A letter from Kieslowski
Julie Delpy selected scenes commentary / interview: Meeting Kieslowski; An odd sense of humor; My first day's shooting; At the hairdresser
Behind the scenes of White with Krzysztof Kieslowski: The use and meaning of White; Is White a comedy?; The character of the hero; The prison
Kieslowski student films: 'Trolley / The Tram'; 'The Face'; 'The Office' [see details above]
Kieslowski filmography
Source Miramax

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