Hugo Winter a roguish American drug smuggler, travels to Uganda in an attempt to export a large amount of Bulu, a sacred herb that grants the user visions of their future. Upon arriving in ... See full summary »

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Dan Moss (as Daniel Moss)

Writers:

David Cecil, Dan Moss (as Daniel Moss)
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Credited cast:
Nicolas Fagerberg ... Hugo Winter
Paul Dewdney ... Spiral Matt
Ashish Verma ... Sanjay
Esther Tebandeke Esther Tebandeke ... Kisakye Gloria
Arun Kumar Tiwari Arun Kumar Tiwari ... Constable 2 (as Arunkumar Tiwari)
Abby Mukiibi Nkaaga Abby Mukiibi Nkaaga ... John
Amanda Dahl Amanda Dahl ... Emma
Rehema Nanfuka Rehema Nanfuka ... Angela Mbira
Durassie Kiangangu Durassie Kiangangu ... Mugisha
Kai Sunny Dirnberger Kai Sunny Dirnberger ... Bobby, Hugo's son
Wilson Egessa Wilson Egessa ... Bob Nakachwa
Namugela Alex Namugela Alex ... Ras B
Esther Bacia Esther Bacia ... Mad Rose
Ritika Patnaik Ritika Patnaik ... Child Artist
Echengu Jonathan Letia Echengu Jonathan Letia ... Ras Kevo
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Hugo Winter a roguish American drug smuggler, travels to Uganda in an attempt to export a large amount of Bulu, a sacred herb that grants the user visions of their future. Upon arriving in Kampala, he soon discovers that his only means of achieving this is through two sisters with competing agendas, born-again Kisakye and rebellious Angela, who come from the remote village of Makaana where the Bulu is grown. As they lead Hugo deeper into the jungle and further into their web of deceit, it is unclear if his drug-addled prophecies are helping his quest or clouding his future.

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In Africa, the future lies


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A fantastical thriller set deep in the heart of Uganda
18 January 2021 | by katyfentressSee all my reviews

An intercontinental adventure which totally jettisons the classic hero's arc. From its first intense moments, the film promises to be crammed with excitement and it delivers throughout. The main characters are compellingly flawed even the ones desperately trying to do the right thing. Nothing quite goes the way you predict it will. Highly recommended, expect an Africa you are completely unfamiliar with.


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UK | Uganda

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English

Release Date:

15 January 2021 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Imperial Blue See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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