This film portrays racism through the eyes of a dog caught up in the middle of a race war, and the price of that hate will cost them more than they can handle.

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Ricky Dauphin ...
Black Crew member #1
Ikenna Ezeh ...
Black Crew member #2 (as I.K. Ezeh)
Eric Dantzler ...
Black Crew member #3
Anwar Salahuddin ...
Black Crew member #4
Lloyd Harris ...
Black Crew member #5
Marvin Turner ...
Black Crew member #6
Carlos Jacobs ...
Black Crew member #7
David Haboush ...
White Crew member #1
Joe Hinze ...
White Crew member #2
Douglas Gallagher ...
White Crew member #3 (as Doug Gallagher)
Tyler Wirtanen ...
White Crew member #4
David Theobald ...
White Crew member #5
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This film portrays racism through the eyes of a dog caught up in the middle of a race war, and the price of that hate will cost them more than they can handle.

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race | racism | dog | tragedy | tolerance | See All (59) »

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Racism shown through the eyes of an innocent animal.

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Drama | Short

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15 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Colorblind
Performed by Counting Crows
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Excellent short film!
19 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw Bryan Amburgey's short film "Colorblind" and was pleasantly pleased. It was quite thought provoking for me on many levels. The film readily reiterated this country's continuing struggle with racism. I found many aspects of this short to be interesting. For instance, Amburgey's choice of title "Colorblind" and his filming in only black and white was very clever. Most importantly, I felt the unique view from the "dog's eye" was very powerful, and truly made the film a great experience for me. I highly recommend this short film and thought it was one of the more conscientious pieces of art I have seen in a while.

I'm anxious to see more by the obviously talented Amburgey.


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