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ZULU
Starts September 5th

DESERT RUNNERS
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COWSPIRACY: THE SUSTAINABILITY SECRET
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September 10th

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September 18th

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September 19th

20000 DAYS ON EARTH
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October 5th

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ZULU

STARTS SEPTEMBER 5

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France / South Africa. 2014. Dir.: Jérôme Salle. 110 min. With : Orlando Bloom, Forest Whitaker, Tanya van Graan.

Original English and Afrikaans version with French subtitles
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Cape Town, 2010. A mutilated corpse is discovered in the city’s botanical gardens. As chief of police, Ali Neuman investigates the mysterious circumstances surrounding the macabre murder of the daughter of former rugby champion Stewart Weitz, he makes a startling discovery. A drug whose composition is unknown appears to be the cause of the homicide.

“Technically, the picture is first-rate, benefiting from the expert combo of Denis Rouden’s vibrant-hued photography and superb location scouting. A stunning helicopter shot of Cape Town announces the film’s sweeping sociological intentions at the outset, and Salle provides fascinating glimpses of the city at every level, from the cluttered shantytowns to the wide-open sand dunes where the climactic action unfolds. Alexandre Desplat supplies a keening, operatic score that sounds almost like the cry for justice and forgiveness.”
-JUSTIN CHANG, VARIETY

Zulu, proves to be a riveting and highly entertaining crime thriller with fantastic production value and performances. Directed by French helmer Jérôme Salle and adapted from the novel by Caryl Férey, the film is an exercise in fast-paced cinema that serves to further the concept of the necessity of forgiveness. Dealing with brutal violence, drug conspiracies and the ownership of territory, Zulu is an absorbing experience from beginning to end.”
-FILM STAGE

OFFICIAL SELECTION – CANNES 2013
CLOSING FILM (OUT OF COMPETITION)

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