(Trois Couleurs: Blanc, Krzysztof Kieslowski 1994, France/Poland/Switzerland, 87 min, French/Polish/English/Russian w/subtitles)

A Trilogy of Trilogies. Members Movie Night. A Polish hairdresser living in France is left with nothing after a painful divorce from his wife (Julie Delpy). He plots revenge the old-fashioned way — through money, power, and influence. The second film in the Three Colors trilogy is a delicious black comedy and a cutting allegory for Poland’s shift to capitalism. Members of George Eastman House admitted free.