Aroview: The second in Kieslowski's trilogy is a lighter affair than BLUE but is no less exquisite or deeply philosophical. Embroided with more plot, its central theme of fraternity is played out through the changeable fate of an impotent Polishman who returns home heartbroken and destitiute after being dumped by his glamour girlfriend.
5 stars (Exceptional) A Polish hairdresser leaves Paris, with no money or possessions, after his wife divorces him. Returning to his home country, the new democratic Poland, his fortunes improve and he schemes his revenge. An intelligent comedy - just fabulous.~GenXGirl
3 stars (Good Enough) How many screenwriters would give Julie Delpy the heave-ho early in the film and then bring her back for an unflattering ending? An interesting screenplay is aided by an interesting musical score.~tubbs
DVD inc "Cinema Lesson" brief masterclass with dir. Kieslowski