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The Giant Is Falling

A sweeping look at the big political events of recent years in South Africa that signify the end of the Jacob Zuma ANC era.

Icarus Films 2017 77.0 minutes

Bitter Money

Follows a handful of migrant factory workers, both at work where they may labor for more than 12 hours a day and in their off-hours, and as they hang around shabby dorms drinking, dreaming of home, worrying about getting paid, and trying to decide whether their jobs are worth keeping.

dGenerate Films 2017 152.0 minutes

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