Philip from Dublin, 29 Sep 2009
This is the middle one of the famous trilogy, and maybe the weakest. But it is the most amusing. It follows an unfortunate Polish hairdresser who finds himself emasculated in France and dumped by his lovely but rather ruthless wife. He returns to Poland and improbably becomes a success and plots a sort of revenge on his wife (who he still obviously adores) and maybe France too. The cinematography and music are beautiful and performances great, but the story is maybe a little lightweight.
Not as Good as 'Red
Liam from Kilkenny, 02 Jun 2010
OK film but when compared with it's predecessor, 3 Colours Red, nothing like as good. I forget most of it I'm afraid,
Enda from Galway, 19 Oct 2009
A well acted, interesting and quirky French / Polish movie which is part of a Trilogy!
Lyn from Cork, 23 Oct 2009
This is a great black comedy - well recommended.