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Revisiting the South African classic which reminds us of what life was like under apartheid.
The filmmaking duo behind ' Five Fingers for Marseilles' discuss the decade-long journey of bringing South Africa's first Western to the screen.
The film transplants the Western genre to South Africa, offering an allegory for colonialism's damaging influence on African nations.
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