Wooden Camera, The

Ntshavheni Wa Luruli

Kayelitsha, a township close to Capetown, after the end of Apartheid. Two thirteen-year-old kids ? Madiba and Sipho ? play along the railway line. A train passes by. A dead man is tossed from the train and rolls to their feet. His lifeless hand clutches an attaché case. Inside, the boys find a gun and a video camera. Sipho takes the gun and Madiba the camera. Their destinies are sealed. (fortissimo.nl)

Credits

Content rating
AL
Director
Ntshavheni Wa Luruli
Country
France, South Africa, United Kingdom
Type
Fiction
Duration
90 minutes
Themes
arts & literature, children and youth, crime, poverty
Year
2004