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White Chamber

Paul Raschid

  • 15

  • 89 mins

  • 2017

  • UK

  • English

Shauna Macdonald, Oded Fehr, Amrita Acharia, Sharon Maughan, Nicholas Farrell

  • Director of Photography: Glen Warrillow

  • Editor: Alex Martin

  • Produced by: Neville Raschid

  • Music: John Harle

  • Screenplay by: Paul Raschid

  • Production Designer: Lucy Gahagan

  • Sound Production: Sound Disposition

Director Bio

Paul Raschid

Director Bio

Paul Raschid is a writer, director and actor from London. His first produced screenplay, Unhallowed Ground (2015), received awards at the London Independent Film Festival and the British Independent Film Festival. His directorial debut, Servants’ Quarters (2016), world premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in London. Paul graduated with a BA in English Literature and Film Studies from King’s College London in 2014.


Britain is poised on the edge of all-out civil war as the state battles with rebel militia when a young woman named Ruth (Shauna Macdonald) wakes in a blindingly white room. She is questioned and the room is used as an instrument of torture – it changes extremes of temperature, exudes acid and fire – but as Ruth talks to her captor she finds everything is not as it seems. So begins a complex and twisting story about captor and captive. Also stars Oded Fehr and Nicholas Farrell. [15]

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