We’ve all heard the nicknames from “carrot top” to “fireball.” And what about the tons of distasteful jokes and downright stupid questions people ask redheads. One would think that by now society would be way past the days of making fun of people just because they are a bit different. Aren’t red haired men and women as deserving of love and respect as everybody else?
This film is a comedic look into the life of a ginger man. Scott P. Harris seems to be tired of the stereotypes and has set out on a quest for love. But while he’s working on that, he discovers a basic human truth: we are all different and hair color has very little to do with what makes us unique. There are certain traits in all of us that set us apart from others. Generally it’s a good thing to not be just another face in the crowd. However, it’s up to us to decide how much we allow these traits to affect us.
Through candidly sharing his experience Scott allows us to join him as he exposes his deepest fears. He tells how his red hair has influenced his life and how it dictates how he feels about himself. This is a film of self-discovery that anyone can identify with because the search for love and acceptance is a universal experience.
While the title of this film gives the impression that it’s all about red hair, it is really about how each individual searches for his or her truth. Watch it now.