White Chamber begins with a woman wakes up as a prisoner in an empty room. Immediately from a loudspeaker, the voice of a man begins to question and torment her for answers.
In the meantime, outside, a civil war rages in which the girl is the key to victory.
The rebel leader appears to have disappeared, and even among the army forces, there are deep divisions.
But among those four white walls where the woman is a prisoner lies the secret of a weapon that can change the fate of the war.
An excellent sci-fi revolution film investigating the theme of abuse of prisoners, kidnappings, and torture with imagination.
In addition, the story intriguingly links soldiers’ military training with the use of the most diverse drugs in every war ever fought.
Shauna Macdonald in the role of the prisoner, initially a simple stranger in a clean room but then more and more profound and complex as a personality.
His antagonist’s relationship is compelling and markedly with whom they exchange, overturning prisoner/jailer roles throughout history.
Antagonist played by Oded Fehr as the revolutionary leader. A former soldier tired of the state before he served and determined to change things at any cost.
White Chamber is an excellent sci-fi thriller lockdown, written and directed by Paul Raschid. Thanks to some clever dialogue and plot that set a great pace as long as the whole story.