Cert: 15 Year: 2008 Length: 119 mins Language: English/Afrikaans
Sowetan Lucky Kunene decides, when his fellow petty-criminal Nazareth gets hurt in a botched ram-raid,that it's time for something on a bigger scale: taking over apartment blocks by allying himself with their tenants. But slum landlords and drug dealers – not to mention the police - don't like what he's doing. Drama, violence, and an oblique angle on post-apartheid society ensue.
Ralph Ziman's thrilling and provocative Jerusalema presents the flipside of the new South Africa's emotionally devastated, winner-take-all society. Bursting with energy.
Elena Oumano, Village Voice
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