On a lovely Sunday afternoon in Johannesburg, Keniloe (Tony Kgoroge) wanders in a park. He meets Fatima (Fatima Hersi), a Somali woman brought to tears as she tells him of the suffering that led her to seek refuge in South Africa. Just as he's getting to know his new friend, she disappears.
He becomes intrigued by Fatima's stories of war and exile and begins to meet her regularly. But one day Fatima doesn't show up, and Kenilwe feels compelled to find her.
With this film, Matabane introduces a fascinating genre to South African film. The film's artful blend of documentary and drama produces an absorbing insight into the reality of displacement for many of the new citizens attracted to the new South Africa.
Director: Khalo Matabane
Country: South Africa
Language: English, French, Zulu, Swahili
Time: 80 minutes
Film Types: Colour/HDCAM
Production Company: Matabane Filmworks
Executive Producer: Khalo Matabane, Aspasia Karras, Desiree Daniels
Producer: Khalo Matabane
Screenplay: Khalo Matabane
Cinematography: Matthys Mocke
Editor: Audrey Maurion
Sound: Lenny Nyozi
Music: Carlo Mombel
Principal Cast: Tony Kgoroge, Fatima Hersi, Tumisho Masha