Inspired by the rejuvenated grass roots resistance movement against apartheid, Solomon Abrahams left his home, his wife, and his teenage daughter, to join freedom fighters in metropolitan Cape Town. Six violent years later, FW de Klerk announces the release of political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela. The crumbling apartheid regime affords his wife the opportunity to sell their family farm in an effort to reunite with her long-lost husband. Unwilling to accept another loss, her daughter, Inge, fights to keep their ancestral land.
BIO: Chantel Clark was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, and is a recent graduate of Columbia University’s MFA in Film (Screenwriting/Directing), where she has also taught film history and theory as an assistant to Professors Annette Insdorf and Rob King.
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