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Inspired by the true story of Siseko Ntondini and Piers Cruickshanks, who together won gold in the 2014 Dusi, Beyond the River delivers a nail-biting adventure story about the triumph of the human spirit.

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Craig Freimond
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Cast

Credited cast:
Garth Breytenbach ... Dan
Lemogang Tsipa Lemogang Tsipa ... Duma
Emily Child ... Annie
Grant Swanby ... Steve
Paul du Toit Paul du Toit ... Eddie
Israel Makoe Israel Makoe ... Oupa
Kgosi Mongake Kgosi Mongake ... Zama
Ben Voss Ben Voss ... Geoff
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Inspired by the true story of Siseko Ntondini and Piers Cruickshanks, who together won gold in the 2014 Dusi, Beyond the River delivers a nail-biting adventure story about the triumph of the human spirit.

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Two lives, one journey. Inspired by true events, a film about two men brought together by their quest to win gold.

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Drama

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Country:

South Africa

Language:

English | Zulu

Release Date:

27 April 2017 (South Africa) See more »

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Color
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The movie shows Steve teaching in an all-boys school, but the real life Piers actually teaches in an all-girls school. See more »

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Oupa: I don't believe in guns. I believe in guys like you.
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This movie tells a refreshing story of Dusi Canoe Marathon in South Africa, which entails the connection between real talent from Soweto and the Canoe champion from Joburg.
26 June 2017 | by jaxsparoSee all my reviews

This story takes you to a Canoe marathon played in South Africa. As the story is based on true events which provides it more depths to follow. The movie is centered on a Canoe champion, Steve from Joburg, whose love for this game connects him to a fella from Soweto, Duma.

As the Soweto friend knows the common life style of his friend from Joburg, but not vice-versa. This point starts in movie at some point, which finally unites them for Canoe marathon. This story starts weaving and enlights the everyday tough life in Soweto. "I am coming for you big man" dialogue and the scene by Zama gives you laugh and and also thought provoking for us in the current world.


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