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Farmlands (2018)

Details the plight of South African farmers.


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Complete credited cast:
Lauren Southern Lauren Southern ... Self
Simon Roche Simon Roche ... Self
Eileen de Jager Eileen de Jager ... Self
Francois de Jager Francois de Jager ... Self
Jeanine Ihlenfeldt Jeanine Ihlenfeldt ... Self
The Hoss Family The Hoss Family ... Themselves
Peeter Steenkamp Peeter Steenkamp ... Self
Louis Lateghan Louis Lateghan ... Self
Elizabeth Silli Elizabeth Silli ... Self
Thabo Mokwena Thabo Mokwena ... Self
Dane Dane ... Self
Kobus Cremer Kobus Cremer ... Self
Zanele Lwana Zanele Lwana ... Self
Carel Boshoff IV Carel Boshoff IV ... Self (as Carel Boshoff)
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Details the plight of South African farmers.

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Shocking documentary exposing the violence and discrimination going in South Africa
9 August 2018 | by sophie-86354See all my reviews

Compelling documentary uncovering the violence against South African farmers. What is most shocking is barbarity of the violence - torturing people, rapes committed with family members made to watch or the rape of small children, people being boiled and other horrific crimes. These are race based hate crimes in what is clearly a campaign of terrorism and from what other information sources I have seen very likely carried out with the unofficial support of the government who recently announced they would take farmland from white farmers without compensation. Not the subject of this documentary but when you look at other sources it is also shocking how actively the govt seems to be implementing policies that will destroy Sth Africa. Already one taxpayer supports around five people with unemployment over 30%. Undermining property right security by taking land will cause investors to flee and result in more job losses and food shortages. Corruption is at ridiculous levels as is murder and rape. Other crimes against blacks are also very high but mostly carried out in a casual manner rather than designed to inflight cruelty which distinguishes the farm murders from other crimes (and farmers are about four times more likely to be killed than other Sth Africans). It's hard to see a solution to this problem as some will emigrate but others will stay on the land their families will own for 300+ years making them an even smaller and more vulnerable minority. But the rapid dissolution of Sth Africa into even further levels of poverty, unemployment, infrastructure collapse and social chaos of the policies the govt is now implementing does not bode well for the farmers. This is in the context of politicians already singing about killing white farmers at rallies in a state where the police force cannot and will not enforce the law to protect a minority population because they are too overwhelmed with crime and are being told not to spend time on crime against whites. This is an extremely dangerous genocidal mixture. Sending my prayers over to Sth Africa in the hopes that catastrophic violence can be avoided.

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25 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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$40,000 (estimated)
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