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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.
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14+ years 162 mins
Powerful drama set in 1970s apartheid South Africa in which a white teacher is roused to act after his gardener's son goes missing in a demonstration.
14+ years 102 mins
When a man is wrongly arrested as a terrorist suspect he vows to change the racist regime in which he lives.
11+ years 97 mins
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