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This documentary tells the story of people living in the Cape Flats area outside of Cape Town, South Africa 20 years after Apartheid.
How do township residents in slums cope with gangs and poverty in a country still very much struggling with racism, underdevelopment and inequality? Review by Charlene Van Der Byl (via Facebook): «This is a much needed and honest documentary, representing Cape Town in its truest form.»