WHITE INK REVIEW
White Ink is a reminder to us all that to truly love is to truly let go. An immensely weighted story wrapped perfectly into fifteen entertaining minutes, this is a film that honestly portrays the freedom of following your truth regardless of the heartbreak it may bring. White Ink gives voice to the depths of female friendship and celebrates the core bond between two women. Along side Erika Rose's (Sophie) delicate and loyal expression of love, Shelly Ro's (Lou) ability to hold an entire lifetime in one glance will not only capture your heart, it will set you free. Directed by Jacqueline Grajales, both the performances and the visual landscape take the viewer inside the heart of human connection and bring a brave vision of love to the screen. A female driven story you won't want to miss.
-Moonfaze Feminist Film Journal