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Despite being born to Afrikaner parents, Sandra faces prejudice from her community due to her dark skin and African features. Torn between her family and the man she loves, Sandra must overcome the racial intolerance of her society in this uplifting true story. Starring Sophie Okonedo and Sam Neill. Based on the best-selling book "When She was White" by Judith Stone.
I am deeply conflicted by this film. More of these type of stories about race needed to be heard and be judged from the prism of the nation it is based(that was hard for me).Published 27 days ago by Fab Diva
This movie was an inspiration of the strength that blacks must have even today of the acts of suppression and inequality.Published 1 month ago by Jeffery Bailey
Rewarding, educational, uplifting and inspiring! Tear jerking...all around amazing!Published 1 month ago by Tamari
Great use for high school class as example of how science, politics and social events influence each other and impact an individualPublished 1 month ago by jennifer rodriguez
This movie is amazing and it's based on a true sorry!! I had to have it for my own collection...........what a story......Published 1 month ago by Jeff Johnson
Beautiful film. The director was obviously invested in the characters and with the actors playing the roles. Very poignant film.Published 3 months ago by Brionne Davis
Although this movie may have been true, it really didn't have any depth to it. it should have really dug more into her personal struggles.Published 3 months ago by Donna W.