Entrapped in his apartment, Randal Hendricks, a recent paraplegic, is given a gift of binoculars by his devoted girlfriend, Pam. But Randal is in financial debt to Emmie, a sadistic loan ... See full summary »


Nosipho Dumisa


Nosipho Dumisa, Daryne Joshua (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Aphinda Afaika Aphinda Afaika ... Briefcase Man
Irshaad Ally Irshaad Ally ... Randal Hendricks
Ben Appolis Ben Appolis ... Young Thief
Henry Aylward Henry Aylward ... Heavy Man
Dustin Beck Dustin Beck ... Yazid's Voice
Jerome Bezuidenhout Jerome Bezuidenhout ... Forensics #1
Carlo Daniels Carlo Daniels ... Emergency Operator's Voice
Jarrid Geduld ... Brendan's Voice
Ephraim Gordon Ephraim Gordon ... Warren
Ephram Gordon Ephram Gordon ... Warren
Norene Gordon Norene Gordon ... Old Woman
Jacques Hartzenberg Jacques Hartzenberg ... Garbage Collector #1
Noesfa Isaacs Noesfa Isaacs ... Crying Mother
Amrain Ismail-Essop Amrain Ismail-Essop ... Alicia
Luke Jansen Luke Jansen ... Spook


Entrapped in his apartment, Randal Hendricks, a recent paraplegic, is given a gift of binoculars by his devoted girlfriend, Pam. But Randal is in financial debt to Emmie, a sadistic loan shark, and when he witnesses a powerful criminal, named Lawyer, commit murder while observing his neighbours through binoculars, he initiates a treacherous blackmail scheme. Involving Warren, his halfwit friend with unabashed lust for Pam, is probably going to cost him, but with few people to turn to, Randal does it anyway and as circumstances become more complicated, Pam is embroiled in the unravelling chain of events. Before long, a detective, named Gail February comes snooping around the neighbourhood, looking for the missing corrupt cop - her partner. As Lawyer begins his own investigation in an attempt to find his blackmailer, Emmie compounds the pressure of his looming deadline, and Detective February's investigation draws her ever closer to Randal, the wheelchair-bound Randal must rely on the ... Written by Nosipho Dumisa

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One man's crime, is another man's opportunity




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A Well-Crafted Moral Delima
18 February 2019 | by BrendenElliotSee all my reviews

The true tragedy that makes this film so powerful comes from the unfortunate truth that humans are inherently "greedy little piggies". Director/Writer Nosipho Dumisa powerfully embodies this flaw in each of her characters, and makes it highly individualized through a screenplay that relies more on character development than gore. The conflict of every role is crafted by powerful performances, particularly Monique Rockman, who plays her role of the abused girlfriend as seemingly regretful more than she is spiteful. Every instance of tension is capped-off by an unwarranted act of violence that draws sympathy from audiences. Dumisa makes it impossible to ignore the unfortunate circumstances that protagonists and antagonists alike are thrown into, which had such a strong impact that I found myself questioning my own morality as I exited the theater.

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9 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Das Fenster zum Tod See more »


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