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Martie Botes
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Poenie Fourie
Julie Hartley ...
Catalina
Jozua van der Lugt ...
Charl de Vos-Malan
Zack du Plessis ...
Frikkadel Fourie
Marcel van Heerden ...
Louis Kakiades
Patrick Mynhardt ...
Oom Disselboom
John Goddard ...
Catalina's receptionist
Hélène Truter ...
Poppie Fourie (as Helene Truter)
Johan van der Merwe ...
Sarel Botes
Julie Strijdom ...
Martha Botes
Mees Xteen ...
Dominee Frank Weyers
Willemien du Preez ...
Mrs. Weyers
Robin Smith ...
Frikkie, security guard
Sally Campher ...
Cherry

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A good insight into South African life - a terrible insight into the SA film industry
15 June 2004 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Lipstiek Dipstiek is not the worse movie ever made. It's just a pity that the entire (recent) South African film industry is content with producing films like this. Willie Esterhuizen (director) is no idiot. He's been responsible for the best sitcom SA television has ever seen (Orkney Snork Nie) - and in recent years he's written a load of garbage as well - but in this film he never really manages to exploit the stereotypes that make this comedy successful.

This is symptomatic of the whole SA film scene - comedy is simply made as entertainment for the masses; losing sight of the fact that comedy can have just as much (if not more) social comment, and indeed responsibility, as drama.

It's not a bad idea to watch this film though. It's highly entertaining, and a few exceptional performances can be seen. Esterhuizen understands comedy - the pace is right up there with the best.

Its just sad that the film didn't go all the way.


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