As the slave trade is dwindling in East Africa in the late 19th century, two competing slave traders start a brutal violent conflict between each other for the monopoly on the remaining profits.
Now, in the tradition of "Roots" and "Mandingo" the true brutal story of the African slave trade!
Did You Know?
The film's opening prologue states: "Slavery. The scourge of Africa. For hundreds of years this outrage flourished, while a continent was ravaged, a people decimated. It was a trade that prospered from the basest of human instincts. A trade founded on evil, nurtured by greed. It was a trade that pitted white against black, European against Arab, tribe against tribe and even brother against brother. But this is the story of the end of this cruel, barbarous trade in the coastal regions of east Africa near Zanzibar and of the people caught up in the drama of one of the final chapters in the annals of the African slave trade". See more
The closing credits list "Costum Designer" (instead of costume designer), and "Make-up women" (it should read "make-up woman", since there is only one woman listed for doing make-up, it should be singular not plural) See more
Referenced in The New York Ripper