I really wished I had learned to write....
A beggar with a sign at the robots is a familiar sight in South Africa. This film takes a look at the life of one such beggar, a woman with two young sons. From her struggles to eke out a living on the streets of Johannesburg, to the difficulties in simply getting a sign, and the problems with medical care, violence, and tough choices, we get to experience the harsh realities of everyday life for these unfortunates.
85 minutes, No persons under 10 (Language)
Where's it showing?
Leleti Khumalo, Thobani Khybeka and Sibonelo Xulu
Darrell James Roodt
|Screenplay||Darrell James Roodt|
|Produced by||Videovision Entertainment, Distant Horizon, Delta Films|
|FPB Report (SA)|
|Language||Strong, infrequent, contextual|
|Sex||Occasional and mild|
|Violence||Psychological, verbal and occasional|
|Prejudice||Implied, mild, occasional|
|These details are supplied by the FPB. If you have a problem with any of the above, please take it up directly with the FPB. Read the Classification Guidelines.|
|South African Media|
|Die BurgerWilliam Pretorius||10|
|Mail & GuardianShaun de Waal||14|
|The StarTheresa Smith||13|
|Sunday TimesBarry Ronge||5|
|Average .. 47%||9|
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