Malunde (2001)

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South Africa, post-apartheid: WONDERBOY, a wiry 11-year-old, is trying to survive on the streets of crime-ridden Johannesburg. KOBUS, a former soldier of the apartheid army, can't forget ... See full summary »


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31 May 2002 | robertmarritz
10
| Scintillating and original buddy/road movie.
"Malunde" is an odd-fellows buddy/road movie that features a disaffected middle-aged white South African and an 11 year-old black child of the streets.

It kicks off in confusion and excitement, builds steam and pays off with a terrific emotional wallop at the end.

It features incandescent performances by the two leads, on an impromptu backroad journey from Johannesburg to Capetown, in varied settings and difficult situations. A sense of menace hovers throughout, though the tenuous bond formed between the two principals grows stronger over time.

It has a fabulous score of South African music and is a joy to look at (gloriously filmed in wide-screen by Wim Wenders' DP). The audience loved it as I did.

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Release Date:

24 October 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

South Africa, Germany

Filming Locations

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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