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I Now Pronounce You Black and White (2010)

True love tries to conquer all, against all odds.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tyrel Meyer ...
Simon Dawson
Astara Mwakalumbwa ...
Jackie Msolisi
Ian Roberts ...
Felix Dawson
Sylvia Mdunyelwa ...
Pauline Msolisi
Bo Petersen ...
Sheila Dawson
Kwezi Kobus ...
Clarence Msolisi
Rabbi Gershowitz
Brendon Daniels ...
Pastor Krotz
Scott Sparrow ...
David Middy
Vaneshran Arumugam ...
George Best Moodley
Tarryn Lamb ...
Tanya Amos
Darren Amos ...
Charles Tertiens ...
Darren February
Nik Rabinowitz ...
The Twaza
Tina Jaxa ...
The Sangoma


When two people fall in love and get married it is a joyous occasion, right.........Wrong! Meet Simon Dawson (Tyrel Meyer). Simon is a white Jewish South African who has just returned from working overseas in the UK. He is introduced to Jackie Msolisi, (Astara Mwakalumbwa) an independent, smart and beautiful black South African girl. Sparks fly and after a whirlwind romance Simon and Jackie announce their plans to marry. This does not meet with the approval of their parents. Felix Dawson (Ian Roberts) is a wealthy Afrikaner who seems to care more about money and status than anything else. He even converted to Judaism to marry his younger trophy wife, Sheila (Bo Petersen). Sheila is materialistic, overbearing and image conscious. The idea of a black daughter-in-law terrifies them. Pauline Msolisi (Sylvia Mdunyelwa) is a devout Christian and believes her daughter should marry a nice local boy and have lots of children. She doesn't trust white people and is upset with Jackie's ... Written by Oliver Rodger

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Comedy | Romance



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19 March 2010 (South Africa)  »

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$90,000 (estimated)

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Not very good
15 July 2011 | by (Cape Town, South Africa) – See all my reviews

Another jungle fever movie from a country who thinks they are experts on racial relations. That may even be so but the actors are certainly not experts on comedic timing. The biggest sin probably lies with the blind director and the editor who clearly had both arms amputated. Not terribly good even though I couldn't help myself rooting for the actors. I really wish this this movie won't kill their careers. On the up side, the production is fair so big up to the crew!

I'm not going to waste any more time with this review so I'm filling up the required space with rubbish...




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