Lesson learned. Choose who you marry very, very, very, very, very, wisely. I can’t emphasize that enough.
Three Colors: White is a tad orientated on hefty plot conveniences and a tad too surface-leveled in general, but profoundly makes-up for these plights with its dilated characters and consistently tantalizing plot. Despite it being tonally contrasting to its predecessor, White still manages to adjust plumply within the three-part collection.
And that ending! What an ending!
Blue is still my favorite color though. Is white even considered a color? Somebody help me out on this one.
“Three Colors: White” is now available to rent and buy on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and The Criterion Channel.