At the beginning in a shop a couple have sex fully clothed. He puts her hand on his groin and then she rides him and they have sex.


One inexplicit sex scene with loud moaning.
A character hears her wife moaning heavily over the phone implying she is having sex with someone.
There is another sex scene, thrusting and moaning, but no nudity at 1hr 12mins. scene lasts 10 sec.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Of the three films red, white and blue directed by Kieslowski, white may be the most telling one. When I was 18 years old, I took it as a legend with great interest. I didn’t think about it at all. Later, I had sexual experience and impotence -#, That’s how I understand the film. Well, what I want to say is that this is a film about the relationship between sex and love.

Carlo, the protagonist of the film, is a famous hairdresser in Poland. He came to France in order to be with his young and beautiful French wife Dominic. However, in France, he felt alienated, lost his original self-confidence and vitality, and even became impotent. Dominic couldn’t stand it, so he went to court and asked for a divorce. The court divorced and awarded Dominica most of the property. Carlo was desperate and begged in the subway.

While begging, he met mikrai, a polish. With his help, Carlo hid in a large suitcase and returned to his hometown Warsaw. After returning home, he didn’t want to be a hairdresser with no future. He was introduced to a financial person. Unexpectedly, his job was just to be a guard for that person. After a while, the turning point came: Carlo overheard the secret conversation between the employer and others and knew that they were going to buy a piece of land, so he negotiated with the landlord first and bought the land, and then sold it to his employer at ten times the price, so he made a fortune, opened his own company and joined Lamy Kray. After the success, Carlo decided to revenge Dominic. He pretended to die and left his legacy to Dominic. Dominic came to Warsaw and attended his funeral. Then she returned to the hotel, only to find the living Carlo lying on her bed. At this time, Carlo showed full confidence and recovered his sexual function, so they had crazy sex. In the morning, after Carlo left quietly, Polish police arrested Dominic on suspicion that she planned to murder Carlo, who has always been in good health. Carlo couldn’t help missing Dominic and ventured to the prison window to peek at her with a telescope. Dominic saw Carlo, smiled happily, gestured to him and said: when I go out, we’ll do it again. Carlo put down his telescope and burst into tears. The film ends here.

I watched this film several times. At first, I saw it from Carlo’s point of view. I hated Dominic very much. I sympathized with Carlo’s experience, raised my eyebrows for his wealth, and felt very right and happy for him to retaliate against Dominic. Later, my view changed. I found that although Dominic didn’t appear in many scenes, she was the core character of the film. If you want to understand the film, you must understand Dominic. Just like in the fairy sword and chivalry, it seems that the protagonist is Li Xiaoyao, but in fact Zhao linger shows the central idea of the game (please refer to my logs 8.1 and 8.2, my dear linger).

Red, white and blue are the three colors of the French flag, representing fraternity, equality and freedom respectively. Kieslovsky made these three films to explore these three themes. White represents equality, so what does equality mean in white? I think it refers to the equality of two people’s status in love. Sex is an indispensable condition to embody equality in love. If two people don’t have sex, for example, he is inferior to Dominic in his love. Unequal love can’t go on. (don’t hit me, I’m talking about what I understand the director’s meaning, and I think I understand it correctly, ha ha)

In Dominic’s concept of love, sexual satisfaction plays a very important role. She said “I don’t love him anymore” against her heart in court because she couldn’t accept that she didn’t have sex with Carlo. Then, when Carlo called her, she let him listen to her having sex with another man, and she shouted very loudly. Then, at Carlo’s funeral, she burst into tears. After discovering that Carlo has regained her sexual prowess, she was genuinely happy. She screamed louder when she had sex with him than she did on the phone. When she woke up the next morning, she had a satisfied smile like a child on her face. In the prison window, she saw Carlo. Instead of being angry or repenting or crying as expected, she gestured to Carlo with expectation to express her urgent desire to do it with him again. All these show that she really loves Carlo deeply, and her requirements for love are also harsh.

In fact, from another point of view, her requirements for love are not so harsh, on the contrary, they are very simple. She met Carlo at a hairdressing contest when Carlo won the grand prize. According to Carlo, she stared at him. Carlo in France has no confidence and is clumsy. Dominic ruthlessly abandoned him. In a hotel in Warsaw, Carlo, half lying in bed, was as powerful and manly as a general, which made Dominic succumb to him and was completely conquered by him under him and under the fierce impact of his lower body. We can see that her request is very simple, that is, to find a strong man who can make her dependent and dependent. She loves such a man.

After understanding Dominica, if we look back at Carlo’s experience, we will understand why most of the film is used to show Carlo’s ups and downs, which are sad and happy, because Dominica is the connotation of the film, and everything Carlo does is to meet Dominic’s requirements. So, Carlo is down and out, so you can’t get her; Rise, he can get her. Whether he can meet Dominic’s requirements or not, because of this suspense, the film affects the hearts of the audience. For example, in the film, Carlo said in France that this development with a strong Polish accent is clumsy and funny; He hid in his suitcase and returned home, showing that his fate was as involuntarily controlled and insulted as luggage. The comb was originally his hairdressing tool, but he used it as a musical instrument in the subway; Alas, the barber industry did not bring him any benefits, making him a beggar. How can he meet her requirements? When he became rich, he looked around like a king; He bought a real estate in a building and said proudly, “Warsaw is under our feet.” In the hotel, he speaks pure French. At this time, Carlo is the person she wants. At the end of the film, he got her love, but he burst into tears. I think they must think differently at this time. Dominic is thinking about the sexual happiness in the future, and Carlo is thinking about the hard journey in the past.

That’s all for the film analysis. Personally, the biggest reason why I like this film is Dominic. She is just like the kind of girl I like. She is beautiful, cold, harsh and gives in to the strong. I want to be stronger for a woman like Dominic. And… Well, let’s talk about it. I think her cry at orgasm really TMD makes my blood flow. Listening to her voice, I can close my eyes and masturbate.

Playing Dominic is French actress Julie Delby. She is the one who attracts me most in the three hostesses of the trilogy of red, white and blue. Playing Carlo is the famous Polish actor zamahovski, but he mainly plays TV dramas and rarely goes to movies. Director, Kieslowski, don’t introduce it, ha ha.

Write more as an addendum to white.

There is an interesting plot in the film: Carlo saw a statue similar to Dominic on the subway. He couldn’t help stealing it and took it back to Poland. The statue was broken later. Carlo repaired it carefully, but there were still cracks on it. Carlo often looked at the statue and once couldn’t help closing his eyes and kissing its lips. This implies Carlo’s view of love. He believes that love can go on even if there is a crack. He will not reduce his love for Dominic because of the crack. Dominic’s image in Carlo’s heart has been destroyed in France, and Carlo wants to reshape it in Poland. After understanding the plot, I think Carlo is really strong in love. I appreciate him very much. At the same time, Carlo and Dominic don’t spend much time together in the film, and the statue has become a very important tool to connect them.

Micrai, to a certain extent, sets off the image of Carlo. He is very rich and has a wife and children who love him deeply. It can be said that he is quite successful; But he wanted to commit suicide, and he didn’t have enough courage to do it, so he asked Carlo to do it for him. Carlo fired at him. After a deafening shot, micrai’s heart shook and fell soft in Carlo’s arms. However, the shot was empty and mikrai was not dead. After passing through the gate of hell, he didn’t want to die anymore. He was reborn. This implies that Carlo has also gained a new life after returning to Poland.

In France, Carlo was insulted and Dominica took the initiative everywhere; After returning to Poland, Carlo gained the upper hand, Dominica was subject to everywhere, not only unable to grasp Carlo, but even his own destiny, and went to prison. Seeing this scene, I am very depressed: is it always necessary for one party to control the other in love? Is love really just a game of control and resistance? I dare not think any more, nor dare I write any more.

Only in two scenes, Carlo and Dominic are completely equal in love. One is that at their wedding, the picture is shrouded in imperceptible white. Dominic walks out of the church in a white wedding dress and turns back to kiss Carlo deeply. Then the picture is filled with pure white, nothing else. Another is that when they make love in the hotel, Dominic approaches the climax, and her cry becomes louder and louder. At the moment of her climax, her groan becomes a cry. At this time, the picture is also filled with pure white.

Maybe love is like this. Both sides are trying to pursue equal status. White shows us the experience of two lovers after the serious imbalance of equality. Today, more than ten years later (this film was released in 1993), I think it has withstood the test of time and can be called a classic.

p. S.: it was also interesting to analyze the film in the political environment at that time. At that time, Poland had just evolved from socialism to capitalism, and the poles hated socialism. Therefore, when the robbers grabbed the watch from Carlo’s wrist and found that it was produced by the former Soviet Union, they immediately scolded and threw the watch away. Poland, which has gained a new life, has developed rapidly, and a group of newly emerging capitalists like Carlo have emerged. In Poland, as long as he has money, he can buy everything, so Carlo can use money to pave the way and easily create the illusion of his death.

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