Treurgrond (2015)

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Treurgrond shows how a farm attack on one family can affect an entire community.


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27 June 2015 | eric-eyeforinfo
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| Treurgrond presents a realistic picture of a major South African problem
Treurgrond is the very first South African movie I've ever seen and I was pleasantly surprised despite the extreme sad subject this movie covers.

It provides a grim but realistic inside look into the farm murders that take place on a regular basis in South Africa, its impact on the community and the helplessness of the authorities to deal with these murders.

Treurgrond pays attention to a problem that has been neglected for too long. The film is understated but very well made while the acting is sober but very good.

I encourage everyone who is interested in South African history to watch the movie.

It is incomprehensible that so little attention to this film was given in the regular (movie) media.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Crime | Drama

Details

Release Date:

29 May 2015

Language

Afrikaans


Country of Origin

South Africa

Filming Locations

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$187,566

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