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English / Xhosa
This touching and often harrowing drama tells the story of James Gregory, a racist South African prison guard who forms an unlikely friendship with his prisoner - the young Nelson Mandela. Based on Gregory's controversial memoir, the film begins in 1968 and sets out to show how the two men forged a close bond over their shared love of the Xhosa language. It's a fascinating look at the recent political history of South Africa through one man's eyes.
Denzel Washington stars in this powerful film about former champion boxer Ruben "The Hurricane" Carter, who was falsely imprisoned for murder in 1967.
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