The film begins with glimpses of Domenico-Runnings making a cake. Then, abruptly, you see a young white girl (Troud) in a room with several coffins. One of them is open and Domenico-Runnings is inside. It seems that Troud has come to say her goodbyes to her Black maid, though the longer she stays and monologues, the more she reveals the deeply held excuses used by Africaaners to justify apartheid. It's on odd and fascinating way to discuss this subject--from a child's point of view and revealing just how deeply ingrained separatist attitudes and how "normal" this all seemed in this country.
Fascinating and unusual--give this one a look.