Invictus

Invictus
Invictus

Year

2009

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical, Sport

Language

Afrikaans / English / Maori / Xhosa / Zulu

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244 Reviews

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Synopsis

In 1995, just a year after the end of the racially divisive government in South Africa, the country hosted the Rugby World Cup. It was meant to be a big celebration, but a lot of people were unhappy with the idea because rugby was the sport of the Afrikaans-speaking white minority who had brutally oppressed the black majority population since the 1940s. Eastwood uses all his experience to make sure the audience understands there was something crucial at stake, but the film also works as a stirring sports movie...

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This film has a few uses of strong bad language.

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