1948 (2017)

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The South African National Party comes into power in 1948 and embarks on a Nazi policy of segregated Apartheid. A cafe owner, Tony Mzila, is caught up in the new laws.

Director:

Ken Sibanda

Writer:

Ken Sibanda

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Credited cast:
Michael Chabler Michael Chabler ... Judge Jack Woodward
Victoria Freire ... Geraldine Foxman
Rachel Leah Rachel Leah ... Thandeka Danzile
Milton Lyles II ... Ned Qama (as Milton Lyles)
Frank Marsico Frank Marsico ... Jack van Runseen
Ian Potter Ian Potter ... Prosecutor Pienaar
Max Turner Max Turner ... Johny Cronje
David Wimer David Wimer ... Jailer Marven Pretorius
Keith Young Keith Young ... Tony Mzila
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Tony Mzila, a Capetown cafe owner, is accused of sedition in his coffee shop and colluding with African Nationalists. The arrival of the National Party on the scene marks the introduction of Nazi segregation in Apartheid South Africa. Mzila must make the choice for freedom. Written by Jennifer Goldberg

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The choice for freedom

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Based on the play, "The Tragic Circumstances of 1948," by Ken Sibanda. See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Proteus Films See more »
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