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Published on Sep 26, 2017
Debut director Jenny Suen collaborates with Christopher Doyle for this gorgeous Hong Kong-based drama, set to delight dreamers, outcasts and sensualists. The White Girl is a beautiful teenager whose is allergic to the sun. She lives with her father in a shack above the sea in Pearl Village, Hong Kong’s last fishing community. A mysterious Japanese man takes up residence in an abandoned camera obscura nearby. The film’s trio of outcasts is rounded out by a scrappy street kid with his ear to the ground. Each experiences an awakening in this gorgeously shot, mysteriously charged environment.