In "Blue" (1993), the initial entry of the "Three Colors Trilogy" by Krzysztof Kieslowski, Juliette Binoche portrays a woman who loses her husband and daughter in a car accident and severs all ties to her past. With her new, anonymous persona, she investigates her husband's secret life. Next, a Polish hairdresser's life crumbles when his French wife divorces him because he can't satisfy her sexually, in "White" (1993), the second film in Kieslowski's series. Julie Delpy, Zbigniew Zamachowski star. The final "Three Colors" film, "Red" (1994), focuses on an elderly judge who becomes romantically involved with a beautiful model he's been eavesdropping on over the phone. Irene Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant, and Frederique Feder star. 4 3/4 hrs. total on four discs. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: French and Polish Dolby Digital stereo Surround; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; documentaries; featurettes; interviews; theatrical trailers; bonus shorts "The Tram" (1966), "The Face" (1966), "Seven Women of Different Ages" (1978), "Talking Heads" (1980); booklet; more. In French and Polish with English subtitles.