White Noise

White Noise

White Noise is a short starring Kim Fairbairn, Reese Madden, and Jennifer Parks. 'White Noise' examines institutional racism and violence against African Americans in relationship to white privilege. We all have a choice, 'White...

Running Time
5 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, History, News, Short
Director
Kathleen Caprario
Writer
Kathleen Caprario
Actors
Reese Madden, John Watson, Jennifer Parks, Kim Fairbairn
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «White Noise» (22)

Kathryn H. avatar
Kathryn H.

'White Noise' examines institutional racism and violence against African Americans in relationship to white privilege. We all have a choice, 'White Noise' asks, what's yours?

Stephanie W. avatar
Stephanie W.

Hits a High Standard of Excellence... GREAT Film.

Louis Morales avatar
Louis Morales

A few scenes that didn't care for but hard to find good movies these days.

Patricia avatar
Patricia

Absolutely brilliant - I loved every minute. I can't afford to buy many DVD's but I bought this one without any hesitation!

Amber Hart avatar
Amber Hart

Good movie. I like most John Watson movies and this one didn't let me down.

Sarah avatar
Sarah

This movie blew me away; however not the first time I saw it, I had to watch it twice to truly appreciate the message and the power of this film. Maybe I wasn't fully paying attention or maybe I was too young at the time but I am so glad that I watched it again.

Doris Walsh avatar
Doris Walsh

Excellent cinematography! Excellent story! The acting by everyone is excellent! John Watson is great! Playing the role with curiosity and bravery. Jennifer Parks, looking very cool, plays just fine, giving the character a sweet and tender touch. The two have great chemistry.

Victoria Spencer avatar
Victoria Spencer

What a movie. The price is worth paying. This movie gets straight to the point.