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Neil Cooke over 6 years ago
Great movie, Grim & harsh, very real. A tough watch, but a well made & performed.
Don Lathrop 3 months ago
Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Bryony Cameron almost 3 years ago
Scott Hume over 3 years ago
Stuart Robinson over 5 years ago
Debbie Bowers over 5 years ago
Ieuan Francis over 5 years ago
Nile Calhoun almost 6 years ago
Amanda Allen almost 6 years ago
Siona Cameron 6 years ago
Andrew Preston over 6 years ago
Nathan T. 7 years ago
Kara Bombell 7 years ago
Tsotsi is a 2005 film written and directed by Gavin Hood. The film is an adaptation of the novel Tsotsi, by Athol Fugard. The soundtrack features Kwaito music performed by popular South African artist Zola as well as a score by Mark Kilian and Paul Hepker featuring the voice of South African protest singer/poet Vusi Mahlasela. Set in a Alexandra slum, near Johannesburg, South Africa, the film tells the story of Tsotsi, a young street thug who steals a car only to discover a baby in the back seat. The film won the 2005 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film in 2006. His mother dying from a terminal disease, the young David (Benny Moshe) ran away from an abusive father and lived with other homeless children in a series of large concrete construction pipes. A few years later, David, who now goes by the name Tsotsi (Presley Chweneyagae), is leader of a gang including his friends Butcher (Zenzo Ngqobe), Aap ...
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