Ednah is a young woman living with albinism. Albinism is a genetic condition in which the lack of melamine affects the skin (that is extremely sensitive to the sunlight to the point of getting severely burnt) and the eyes (the lack of melamine prevents the optic nerve from fully developing). Being albino in Africa means stigma, exclusion, fear of being kidnapped and sold for witchcraft.This documentary is a conversation between two albino women, two friends, one of whom is happy in her marriage and gives her young friend some insights on relationships, self esteem and finding love.
For Ednah DOCUSOUND is the opportunity to raise awareness about a burning issue.
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