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Director  Noaz Deshe
Music director  Noaz Deshe, James Masson
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Language  Swahili
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Noaz Deshe, James Masson
Country  ItalyGermanyTanzania
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Release date  September 2, 2013 (2013-09-02) (Venice Film Festival)
Writer  Noaz Deshe, James Masson
Cast  Hamisi Bazili, James Gayo, Glory Mbaywayu, Salum Abdallah, James P. Salala, Smith Kimaro
Similar movies  Powder (1995)

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White Shadow is a German–Italian–Tanzanian 2013 drama film written, produced and directed by Noaz Deshe. The film premiered in Critics’ Week selection at the 70th Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2013. It won the Lion of the future award at the festival.

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The film later premiered in-competition in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2014. The film also screened at 2014 San Francisco International Film Festival on May 4, 2014. Ryan Gosling along with Matteo Ceccarini and Eva Riccobono served as the executive producers of the film.

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Plot

White Shadow (film) THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY and WHITE SHADOW extended one more week

Alias, a young Albino, is on the run from the local doctors, who are hunting Albinos to use their body parts for potions.

Cast

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  • Hamisi Bazili as Alias
  • James Gayo as Kosmos
  • Glory Mbayuwayu as Antoinette
  • Salum Abdallah as Salum
  • Riziki Ally as Mother
  • John S. Mwakipunda as Anulla
  • Tito D. Ntanga as Father
  • James P. Salala as Adin
  • Reception

    White Shadow (film) An Unflinching Take on Albino Killings in Tanzania Africa is a Country

    White Shadow received mostly positive reviews from critics. Guy Lodge of Variety, said in his review that "Noaz Deshe makes a staggering debut with this drama about the African albino multi trade." Boyd van Hoeij in his review for The Hollywood Reporter said that "This harrowing account of a young albino's fight for survival in Tanzania is too long but nonetheless often gripping." Jessica Kiang of Indiewire grade the film B+ and praised the film by saying that "We have to admit, it first took a lot of our patience, and then all of our nerve, to make it through to the end, but that simply makes it a film that is exactly as upsetting as its subject matter warrants."


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