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James Kramer
Ian Roberts ...
Marius Kramer
Mandoza ...
Mzi
Jenna Dover ...
Emily (as Jena Dover)
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Katie
Marius Roberts ...
Louw
Castro Hlongwane ...
Vusi
Zach Teubes ...
Meyer
Mary-Anne Barlow ...
Angela (as Mary-Ann Barlow)
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Anne
Jan Nortje ...
Big boorish boyfriend
Kerry Anne Kallerstone ...
Bush Bar girl
Stuart Williams ...
Cameron
Errol Ballentine ...
Coach Dickens (as Errol Ballantine)
Guy Kebble ...
Daniel
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It is not how many times you get knocked down, it is how many times you get up.

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27 January 2006 (South Africa)  »

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ZAR 21,000,000 (estimated)

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$50,597 (South Africa), 7 April 2006, Limited Release
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Why?
12 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

I really am trying to support the local film industry to the best of my ability but ish, why? Tsotsi - great film, Red Dust - amazing. Darryl Roodt is a very capable director and very amiable man - but Darryl please! Yesterday was little more than an exercise in maudlin political correctness and this seems more interested in cross promotional Spur marketing than actually being a good film. I think it speaks volumes that this film only opening "prophetically enough" at Number Ten at the local box office. Sheesh, and why oh why do casting directors insist on using Colin Moss as a "lead" for God's sake. The man is a very good Television Show presenter NOT an actor.

It's like casting Ryan Seacrest as an American football star. Moss doesn't even look the part clocking in a "towering" 5 foot 8 (I stand to be corrected but he is pretty short) Darryl, please we know you're a good director and can make good films: Cry the Beloved Country, The Stick, Place of Weeping et al. You're too good for this material stop prostituting your abilities, pretty please!


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