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Kin (2000)

 -  Drama  -  30 August 2002 (UK)
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While on a hunt for elephant poachers in Namibia, a white female conservationist and a black lawyer fall for each other, despite the condemnation by the local community.

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Ndondoro Hevita ...
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While on a hunt for elephant poachers in Namibia, a white female conservationist and a black lawyer fall for each other, despite the condemnation by the local community.

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Gutsy, Brilliant Filmmaking
20 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

There is plenty of action and drama in this film that moves from scene to scene, even moment to moment, living in that Gray Area where people's real lives really happen. Not a typical movie where the conflict grows out of black and white situations. Here, despite appearances, nothing is black and white. Every relationship is unique, and every relationship is made up of layers upon layers. Like real life, every day brings more contradictions and questions than it does answers-along with profoundly simple reasons to endure and celebrate.

(Oh, and it doesn't hurt that the lead actors are two of the most attractive people ever put on film, playing characters that we come to care about deeply.)


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