chromatophobia

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chromatophobia

[krō‚mad·ə′fō·bē·ə]
(psychology)
An abnormal fear of colors.
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Troy, 17, of Sunny View Crescent, has a part in new film Chromophobia.
And just now Penelope Cruz, Ralph Fiennes, Joseph Fiennes and Kristen Scott Thomas are shooting Chromophobia on the island - and Rhys Ifans, Samantha Mumba, Hugo Speer and Sarah Lancashire are all due, too.
He spots the social regimes of chromophobia at work even where color is allowed to cross the line of good taste--which is also a class, ethnic, and gender line--in the form of domesticated transgressions: "A brightly colored Gauguin in the dentist's off-white waiting room is what you expect.
And what work too - check out his brilliant turn as Jed in Enduring Love if you don't believe me, or Chromophobia alongside Penelope Cruz.
The Notting Hill star was speaking ahead of the release of his newest film, Chromophobia, later this week.
And then there ' s her forthcoming parts - in the second series of soft BBC comedy Carrie and Barry and the weird Hollywood thriller Chromophobia, alongside Kirstin Scott Thomas, Ralph Fiennes and Penelope Cruz.
Before that she'll also be starring with Ralph Fiennes in the British drama Chromophobia.
she was on the island with Rhys Ifans and Joseph and Ralph Fiennes to film upcoming movie Chromophobia.
The restricted palette came about from reading of David Batchelor's book Chromophobia, says Masters.
Thomson also provided digital intermediates for Chromophobia by British director, Martha Fiennes.
He has since appeared in films such as Chromophobia and An Unfinished Life as well as receiving rave reviews for TV work in the BBC's recent Much Ado About Nothing and Friends and Crocodiles.