This film was last shown on 3 May 2018
High in the Eastern Cape mountains of South Africa, the
ancient Xhosa ritual takes place. Every year a new group of teenage boys will
initiate into manhood, lead on their journey by mentors that underwent the
ritual themselves years before. One of the mentors, Xolani, returns every year
to reunite with his childhood friend and ritual partner Vija – a violent,
overbearing, married man.
This year, one of the initiates can sense something deeper
simmering under the surface of Vija and Xolani’s relationship that threatens to
unravel their very existence, with dangerous consequences for everybody.
A tightly wound tale of secrecy and taboo that delves into
the complexities of masculinity, sexuality and cultural tradition.
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