This film was last shown on 11 June 2017
Featuring interviews with Winnie Mandela herself, filmmaker Pascale Lamche depicts the activist and former first lady of South Africa as a deeply complex political figure in her own right. Dedicated to the liberation of black South Africans, she and her family, friends, and foe provide different perspectives on her deep yet problematic impact on the country’s struggle for racial justice.
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