my favorite of the trilogy, a surprising tale about revenge, but always with a warm and naive aura from Karol. Another fantastic film about human behavior, nothing that isn't already expected from Kieslowski
An amazing story of power, sexuality and the cruelty of love. Love is suicide of the soul. Kieslowski was unbelievably talented. No pushing or pulling, just an organic weight to each scene, depth and beautiful motifs.
I honestly don't get why so many people felt White was mediocre. I found it to be shakespearean in the way it handles Karol's tragedies with subtle touches of dry comedy. It seems to say "Life is *beep* but ain't it fun anyway?" Blue was very cold and very harsh, White is Kieslowski's most life-affirming film and it's also his most underrated.