Three colours white
Three colours white is the second part of Krzysztof Kieslowski's tricolor trilogy. Karol Karol is a hairdresser and married to Dominique in France. One day he is called to trial and humiliated. It turns out that his wife wantsa divorced because they have never consumated the marriage. After their divorce, Karol loses everything: Love, his wife and the hairdresser's salon. He stands without money, without a passport and is sought after by the police. He receives unexpected help from a Polish compatriot who gives him an undesirable mission: To kill him. Karol is drawn against his will into increasingly criminal contexts while working on his plans for revenge against his former wife.