Ramadan Suleman - South Africa
Thandeka, journalist, lives in fear of Johannesburg’s past. She’s so troubled that she can’t work, One day Me’Tau, an elderly woman, arrives at the newspaper’s office. Ten years earlier, Thandeka witnessed the murder of Me’Tau’s daughter, by the secret police. Me’Tau wants Thandeka to find the murderers and Dineo’s body.
Genre: Feature film
Duration: 105 minutes
Production year: 2004
Country: South Africa
Casting: PAMELA NOMVETE - KURT EGELHOF MPUMI MALATSI - SOPHIE MGCINA
Script: RAMADAN SULEMAN - BHEKIZIZWE PETERSON
DOP: MANUEL TERAN
Editing: JACQUES COMETS
Director: Ramadan Suleman
Born in 1955 in Durban, Ramadan Suleman is a South-African director and producer. He made a documentary film “EZIKHUMBENI” (1985) and a short-length feature “THE DEVIL’S CHILDREN” (1990). Then, He directed his first feature film “FOOLS” which won multiple prizes including the Léopard d’Argent (Locarno 97).