Color Blind Release Date: 2002 Genre: Drama Director(s): Davon E. Johnson Writer(s): Davon E. Johnson Staring: Kenneth Lee Schelble, Bobby Lefebre and Stephan Scott Color Blind was produced and marketed as some sort of “overcoming the color boundary” drama, but it’s more of a typical urban film that just so happens to have a mixed […]

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Color Blind
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Davon E. Johnson
Writer(s): Davon E. Johnson
Staring: Kenneth Lee Schelble, Bobby Lefebre and Stephan Scott

Color Blind was produced and marketed as some sort of “overcoming the color boundary” drama, but it’s more of a typical urban film that just so happens to have a mixed cast than anything.

Color Blind starts off with our Boyz in the Hood moment, as the main characters are introduced as children. African American Jeffrey is the son of a proud and upstanding father, Spanish Joey has a lazy, drug-using mother, and Asian J.C. is Asian. Yeah, we don’t learn much about J.C., although there is a random subplot that’s never explained with him having a girlfriend whose parents don’t approve of him.

Years later, with the boys becoming men, Joey teams up with two thugs to rob the building that J.C.’s father is contracted to clean after hours. J.C.’s dad winds up dead in the end, which sends J.C. into a rage.

It’s hard to detail Color Blind’s plot, as there really isn’t one for much of the movie. Many of the scenes are just there to be there, and while they aren’t bad, there’s no real reason to watch them. That goes for the entire movie as well.

Don’t bother.
DVD: Barebones.

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