Being Ginger (2014) Review

The Irish ‘Being Ginger (2014)’, as the title indicates, is a documentary sequel of the 2013 film with the same name, based on redheads and how people treat them with low budget cost of 30,000 UK pounds. Ginger is synonym for ‘red-head’ actually and the movie is about the tale of everyday’s gingerism. Scott. P. Harris directs, produces and even stars in the movie. How its makers define it is; “Being Ginger (2014) is the story of one redhead’s attempt to gain some self-confidence by going on a quest for a woman who has a thing for gingers”. Red-heads are distinguished on the basis of color of their hair and this film follows a red-headed guy’s journey to get self-confidence back. And this is not something new, in Ancient Egypt; red-heads were viewed as witches and evil.

Being Ginger 2014

Photo Credits to watch.beingginger.co.uk

In Sistine Chapel, female red-heads were considered as sinful Eve with red hair. And now this movie comes along, to teach non-redheads not to discriminate and redheads to believe in their ‘selves’ and have peace, calm and self-confidence. In Scotland, there’re more redheads than any other region of the world, Edinburgh with most number of redheads as citizen of the city. The weird thing is that they are mostly discriminated & teased there in Scot and its city Edinburgh. According to the director, producer and starrer of the movie Scott P. Harris, he always wanted to make the film on bullying and long-term impact of it.

  • Being Ginger: A 60 min Documentary Movie in English Language
  • Release Date: April 4, 2014

Being Ginger (2014) Cast & Crew

  • Scott P. Harris (also the director and producer) stars as Harris in the movie.
  • Director: Scott P. Harris
  • Producers: Scott P. Harris
  • Writer: Craig Moss
  • Music: Callum Barton

Being Ginger (2014) Plot

The film ‘Being Ginger (2014)’ follows a young redhead man Harris, looking for love. He wants to fall in love with a woman who particularly loves redheads. This is why the movie starts with a question in his mind, “Can I find a woman who is specifically attracted to men with red hair?” And the whole movie begins in exploration. He faces much discrimination on the basis of hair-color which makes him lose self-confidence. But as the movie forwards ahead, Harris struggles and comes out to be re-gaining his self-confidence. It’s documentary based on red-heads and what it really takes to be moving in non-redhead society (being a ginger). Scott. P. Harris who directs, produces and stars the movie has done all the multi-tasks so well that it has appeared out to be a masterpiece documentary film ever made on redheads. Watch the ‘Being Ginger (2014)’ to see what happens with the redheads and what they have for non-redheads.

Being Ginger Trailer – YouTube

Being Ginger (2014) Verdict

Being Ginger (2014)’ is a wonderful movie on the life of a redhead. Scott. P. Harris who directs, produces and stars the movie has done all the multi-tasks so well that it has appeared out to be a masterpiece documentary film ever made on redheads. I’d suggest you watch the ‘Being Ginger (2014)’ to see what happens with the redheads and what they have for non-redheads. It’s a must watch movie of course. It adore this masterpiece with 8.3 out of 10

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