Director: Alain Choquart
Country: South Africa, France, Belgium
Duration: 109 min
|UKZN Sneddon Theatre||23 July 2015||20:00 PM|
|Luthuli Museum||24 July 2015||10:00 AM|
|Suncoast 8||26 July 2015||12:00 PM|
South Africa, 10 years after the end of Apartheid. A South African black and white community located at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountains, lives in the trauma of unsolved killings. None of them has forgotten but they all chose to remain silent. A young woman, who has just arrived in the community, will shatter the fragile balance.
Alain Choquart is a French director and cinematographer. He has shot several feature films for the great Bertrand Tavernier, including L.627, Fresh Bait, Capitaine Conan and Holy Lola. He has directed several episodes of French television, and makes his directorial feature film debut with Lady Grey.