Wil Johnson in Paul Atherton's Colour Blind YouTube




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Published on Mar 22, 2009

Colour Blind is a film about race and skin colour and examines how people actually see each other.

The film stars Wil Johnson (BBC's Waking The Dead) and Robert Cavanah (Sahara / Tomb Raider).

Directed by Amanda Baker (a comedian and comedy writer who works with the likes of Reginald D Hunter) it takes a wry look at the world of racial relations.

A chance meeting between John (a White Liberal who'd have a Black friend if he knew any) and Dan (a Black man who understands he lives in a white society and needs white people to succeed) allows the audience to see the differing perspectives on skin colour through both Black eyes and White ones and shows how wrong the perceptions often are from the realities of what we all think.

This is a controversial film and starts from the premise that many White people don't see skin colour whereas Black People always do.

This is an editing test showing how Dan's colour will change.

For further information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colour_B...


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