Vaishino sums it up quite well in his/her comment. But the actors are South Africans and the location is, not so surprisingly therefore, South Africa. Although a quite good show, towards the end I got a feeling that the makers were a bit troubled: "How to fill all those remaining episodes?" Even if there were many outdoor scenes, everything that takes place in the streets of the hidden city is shot indoors, which gives a somewhat theatrical feeling. On the positive side, I think should be mentioned the particular situation in South Africa in the mid-90s. The country had just started its journey away from apartheid and into democracy. This show treats the fact that people of different colours are friends as something natural. Overall, the young leading actors are good, especially Brendan Pollecut, who has shown his great capability also in later productions.
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