During filming at sea, Emil Nofal suffered terribly from sea sickness so Jans Rautenbach had to fill in for him: his first unofficial tour of duty behind the camera before directing "Die Kandidaat". See more »
This is one of the greatest movies I've seen thus far in my movie watching career.
It was photographed superbly and the acting is fantastic to say the least.
It was made in 1967 and it clearly shows that USA and UK is not the only movie making countrys of that era. Wild season proves that South Africa as a movie making country is underrated. Apart from most of the huge budget contenders from the same period, I don't think there's any movies that was made for the same price that would be better than "wild season". This piece is totally great and its a shame that its only available in the South African archive.
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