Archbishop Tutu as head of S.A.’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission engages in a tug of wills with a racist murderer while also seeking to discover the fate of a disappeared teenager.
A woman lawyer returns from exile to South Africa to represent a black member of Parliament at a TRC hearing where a torturer is seeking amnesty, thus dredging up painful memories.
The young heir to the throne in Bechuanaland upsets Britain’s government when he marries a white woman & refuses the government’s demand to annul the marriage.
James Baldwin’s voice is as prophetic today as ever. Click the image to read my entire review.
An elderly black priest in S.A. during the apartheid era searches for his lost son in Johannesburg whom he fears has fallen into a life of crime & is soon linked to a white father whose son has been killed during a beak-in.
In S.A. the robot cop inventor wants to install A.I. His boss says No, but he goes ahead anyway, & then is kidnapped by crooks wanting to use it for crime.
As Black History Month arrives, I am recommending a little-known South African movie that is available on Netflix. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
The friendship of black activist Steve Biko & journalist Donald Woods, set in S. Africa, is told up to Steve’s death & Woods & family fleeing the country.
The new film about Nelson Mandela is a 4-star success because of Idris Elba’s performance. Click the title of the film, here, to read my entire review.