It is shot in black and white: a smart choice, because the shifting tones make everything more, not less ambiguous.
Netflix © 2021 I hadn't thought of this in years, but when I screened Passing, the a long-buried memory floated to the surface.
For her portrayal of in the latter, Negga received several major nominations, including at the and the , and won the for Best Actress.
You can obviously tell that's there's a lot missing, and what is there is not done with a lot of subtlety.
If you haven't read the book, here's the story: Clare Kendry is a mixed-race woman raised by her biracial father's white aunts after he dies.
One day, Clare runs into a childhood friend, Irene Thompson , who, like her, is mixed-race.
Ruth Negga is an Ethiopian-Irish actress who is famous for her role in movies like Capital Letters, Isolation, Breakfast on Pluto and Warcraft.
That worry allayed, Clare progresses through life blithely enjoying the privilege her pale skin and her husband's money provide — until she runs into her childhood bestie, Irene Redfield, in a hotel restaurant.