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Cape of Good Hope

Rating:PG-13 (for mature situations including some violence, sexual content and brief strong language)
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:November 11, 2005
Running time:107 minutes
Cast:Debbie Brown, Eriq Ebouaney, Nthati Moshesh, Morne Visser, Quanita Adams
Director:Mark Bamford, Suzanne Kay Bamford
Producer:Suzanne Kay Bamford, Genevieve Hofmeyr
Writer:Mark Bamford, Suzanne Kay Bamford
Distributor:Artistic License

Web Site: http://www.capemovie.com/

Description: At an animal shelter in Cape Town, six people of diverse racial and social backgrounds find their paths crossing and themselves connecting to one another. Ten years after the fall of apartheid, the citizens of Cape Town, South Africa, grapple with life large and small. Kate must choose between an unattainable, but safe love, versus a real, but frightening, love evolving right next door. Meanwhile, her well-to-do mother chooses husbands in the same breath as her wardrobe. Jean Claude, a university educated refugee, must decide between living with a new love in a home that is tenuous at best or following his dream of emigration. Meanwhile, Sharifa and Habib, in hopes of conceiving, overcome their traditional Muslim cultural boundaries.

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