A young woman flees to Paris and relinquishes her blackness in pursuit of personal freedom. “White Girl in Paris,” directed by Tajayona, is a poetic exploration of race, a powerful set of visuals that stake claim to a black woman’s opportunity to be young and carefree. She puts on a costume, prances around delicately, smokes cigarettes, sees the Eiffel Tower. All without the burden of being black and susceptible to discrimination or worse. For its heavy foundation, Tajayona presents the film as somewhat of a lark, making its statement with a lighthearted performance and voiceover, shot as a black and white montage, a send-up of romantic French archetypes. Directed by Tajayona. Producer: Tajayona. Voice: Abrielle Moore, Cinematography: Rosa Baez, A'Nisa Megginson, Cast: Tajayona.