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Cast (feature film)

1.
In My Country (2004)
In 1996, the South African government established the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to investigate abuses of human rights under Apartheid. Under the chairmanship of Nobel Peace laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the commission was mandated to examine acts committed between March 1960, th
2.
Red Dust (2004)
In 2000, South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TARC) travels across the country, conducting hearings and granting amnesty to those who admit responsibility for apartheid atrocities. Human rights lawyer Sarah Barcant returns from New York to her childhood village to work on the case of
3.
Dangerous Ground (1997)
A native South African residing in Los Angeles returns to his homeland to find his missing brother.
4.
Danger Zone (1996) as Portugesse Sergeant
Haunted by the deaths caused by a toxic waste spill, an American engineer is only too happy to return to East Africa to try to prevent further disaster. But he's being used by a corrupt diplomat and a North Korean agent to track down what's in actuality a supply of hijacked plutonium.
5.
Cry, The Beloved Country (1995)
A South African preacher sets out to find his wayward son who has committed a crime in the big city.
6.
Redemption, The (1995)
An American kickboxer heads for South Africa to get revenge on the promoter responsible for the death of two of his friends.
7.
To the Death (1993)
A world champion kickboxer tries to retire to the country with his wife, but is drawn back into a deadly match.
8.
Sarafina! (1992)
A story of the courage and spirit of the children of South Africa''s townships in their resistance to apartheid.
9.
Enemy Unseen (1991)
A kidnapped woman is saved from becoming a sacrifice in a jungle ritual.
10.
Committed (1991)
A nurse arrives at a mental hospital, is tricked into committing herself, and soon discovers that the doctors are inmates too. The real staff is dead.
11.
Mutator (1989) as Murphy
A newly hired night-shift guard at a genetic research plant battles a litter of monsters born to a genetically engineered cat.
12.
Jobman (1989)
When the deaf-mute son of a black preacher refuses to accept menial labor he's ostracized from the farm community he lives in.
13.
Stick, The (1988)
The experiences of a South African platoon engaged in a war against black guerrillas.

Writer (feature film)

14.
Night Train to Lisbon (2013)
Raimund Gregorius is a gifted but dull 57-year-old high school classical languages teacher in Switzerland. After a chance meeting with a beautiful Portuguese woman, he discovers the work of a Portuguese poet and doctor, Amadeu de Prado, and boards a train for Lisbon, determined to uncover more of h
15.
Black Butterflies (2011)
Poetry, politics, madness, and desire collide in the true story of the woman hailed as South Africa's Sylvia Plath. In 1960s Cape Town, as Apartheid steals the expressive rights of blacks and whites alike, young Ingrid Jonker finds her freedom scrawling verse while frittering through a series of sto
16.
Color of Freedom, The (2007)
White prison guard James Gregory's life is profoundly altered when he meets the prisoner Nelson Mandela, whom he ends up guarding for more than twenty years.
17.
Forgiveness (2004)
An apartheid-era police officer is haunted by past atrocities he committed. His journey into the small town of Paternoster is the catalyst for a cathartic re-birth for the family of one of his victims and triggers a ferocious road-trip for three comrades bent on revenge.
18.
Smoke and Ochre (2004)
Against the backdrop of Apartheid in the early 1960s, Ingrid Jonker struggles with love and life and becomes one of the most important poets of South Africa.
19.
Dangerous Ground (1997)
A native South African residing in Los Angeles returns to his homeland to find his missing brother.
20.
To the Death (1993)
A world champion kickboxer tries to retire to the country with his wife, but is drawn back into a deadly match.
21.
American Ninja V (1993)
A martial arts master joins forces with a 12-year-old Ninja to rescue a beautiful young woman and her scientist father from the clutches of a power-mad industrial magnate.
22.
Cyborg Cop (1993) as Screenwriter
A former member of the DEA returns to action after discovering that his brother has been turned into a cyborg killing machine set to murder the President of a small Caribbean island.
23.
Enemy Unseen (1991)
A kidnapped woman is saved from becoming a sacrifice in a jungle ritual.
24.
Delta Force 3: The Killing Game (1991)
Americans and Soviets join forces to stop a sadistic Middle Eastern ruler who dispatches human bombs to kill high-ranking officials around the world.
25.
Jobman (1989)
When the deaf-mute son of a black preacher refuses to accept menial labor he's ostracized from the farm community he lives in.
26.
Stick, The (1988)
The experiences of a South African platoon engaged in a war against black guerrillas.
27.
Wave (1900)
Recounts the story of an English family of three adrift at sea without water or food for two weeks. By the end of the ordeal, the mother is the lone survivor, and must face allegations that she killed her husband.

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