Duma

Duma
Duma

Year

2005

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Xan, a young boy growing up on a farm in South Africa, has raised a cheetah called Duma since it was a cub. Now Xan is 12 - and because of a family tragedy, he cannot keep Duma. So he decides to return him to the wild himself, setting off alone to the Kalahari desert. Unsurprisingly, Xan soon gets into trouble - until he comes across Ripkuna, a man who appears to know all about the desert. But is he all that he seems? This exhilarating tale features some breathtaking adventure sequences, amazing scenery and thrilling wildlife footage.

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This film contains mild adventure peril.

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