A new South African film, “Zulu Wedding,” has opened on the cinema circuit and is already making quite an impression on the domestic film chart.
The movie, starring Nondumiso Tembe, Darrin Dewitt Henson and Carl Payne, is occupying the number three position on the Top Ten since its first weekend on the circuit.
The comedy, directed by Lineo Sekeleoane, tells the story of Lu, who leaves her Zulu/Sotho heritage to become a dancer in America.
There she falls in love with a Yankee, whom she decides to bring back home to introduce to her family, only to discover that she has been promised since birth to a Zulu King.
” Zulu Wedding ” is the only local flick on the South African chart at the moment and follows the recent release of another English- language movie, ” Back of the Moon “.
Director Angus Gibson’s flick, dedicated to the memory of struggle hero, Ahmed Kathrada is set in Sophiatown in the late 50s.
It tells the tale of an intellectual but notorious gangster, who on his last day of his life, finds something worth living for, but his gang turns on him and the beautiful woman he has just met.
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