The Albino Code

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The Albino Code (2006) is a short film parodying the film version of The Da Vinci Code. The Albino Code was written and produced by, and stars, Dennis Hurley, who has albinism. The film pokes fun at the depiction of people with albinism in Hollywood films by parodying the Da Vinci Code character Silas. Hurley's film points out flaws with the portrayal of Silas, namely that most people with albinism do not have pink eyes, and that due to their impaired vision, they could not function well as assassins.[1]

Cast[edit]

Dennis Hurley ... Whylas
Paul DiMilla ... Curator
David Engel ... Captain Fascist
Jocelyn S. Neptune ... Amelie
Mark O'Leary ... Bob Bangdon
Jeffrey Phillips ... The Preacher (as Jeffrey B. Phillips)
Brian Silliman ... Officer Howard
Alyssa Chamberlain ... English Girl
Sereivuth Eang ... Officer Grazer
David Hurley ... Matrix Twin
Eric Mill ... Hooligan 2
Giovanni Pantaleo ... Brother Goldsman
Ezra Stevens ... Driver
Robert Woo ... Hooligan 1
Dan Dow ... Chuck 'Sidekicks' Walker

Festivals[edit]

  • Pacific Palisades Film Festival (special screening)
  • Films at the Sedgwick
  • Haydenfilms Online Film Festival (finalist)
  • Boston Film Night

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