About the film
93 mins | Documentary | English Subtitles
Good Hope is a thought-provoking and uplifting feature-length documentary, exploring South Africa’s recent past, present and possible future.
South Africa has a long and complex history. The legacy of colonialism and apartheid hang over it like dark clouds and, despite the avalanche of hope its liberation brought in 1994, there persists a negative narrative about the country that is difficult to shake. This is not helped by the fact that South Africans are statistically the most pessimistic people on earth! Of course the country faces many troubling issues.
Anthony Fabian is an award-winning director of feature films and documentaries. Born in San Francisco, brought up in Mexico City, Paris, and London, he is a graduate of UCLA’s Film & Television School and has been based in London since 1987. Good Hope is his third South African film.
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Not suitable for people under 13; language, violence
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race, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation.