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Kenneth Nkosi
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Total Titles at Criticker: 6 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated (6)
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Mad Buddies (2012)
When two sworn enemies are forced to do a road trip together on foot, only to discover that they have been conned into being part of a reality TV show, they join forces to exact revenge. (imdb)
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Otelo Burning (2011)
When 16 year old Otelo Buthelezi, his best friend, New Year, and his 12 year old brother, Ntwe, are invited to the beach-house of their new friend, Tau Modise, they step into a world previously closed to them. It is exactly the opposite of their township- a place under a constant and growing threat from political violence, driven by Inkatha hostel dwellers on one side and township United Democratic Front comrades on the other. (imdb)
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District 9 (2009)
An extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth suddenly find a kindred spirit in a government agent that is exposed to their biotechnology.
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White Wedding (2009)
A young groom and his best man lost on a road trip, run into a young English doctor
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Jerusalema (2008)
Cutting his teeth on carjacking, Lucky Kunene dreams of bigger scores with loose-cannon chum Zakes. Moving to the rough-and-tumble Hillbrow section of South Africa's largest metropolis Kunene, transforms himself into a real-estate crime boss even as he tries to elude determined white cop Blakkie Swart, vengeful renegade Nazareth Mbolelo and Nigerian drug lord Tony Ngu.
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Tsotsi (2005)
Set amidst the bustling townships of Johannesburg and infused with the pumping high-energy Kwaito music of the top South African artist Zola, Tsotsi is an extraordinary portrait of the choices we make in life and the personal triumph that comes from choosing love over rage. (Miramax Films)
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