WHO’S IN IT?
Daniel Radcliffe (Swiss Army Man), Daniel Webber (The Dirt), Ian Hart (God’s Own Country), Mark Leonard Winter (Healing), Nathan Page (The Boys Are Back), Stephen Hunter (Killing Ground), Jeanette Cronin (Mr. Accident), Ratidzo Mambo (Yellow Card), PJ Oaten (Broken Hill), Adam Ovadia (Awoken), Lenny Firth (The Honourable Wally Norman), Lliam Amor (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Francis Annan (Get Away), director, writer; L.H. Adams (film debut), writer; David Barron (Frank), Mark Blaney (This Is Not A Love Song), Gary Hamilton (First Reformed), Michelle Krumm (The Spectacular Now) and Jackie Sheppard (Africa United), producers; David Hirschfelder (Sliding Doors), composer; Geoffrey Hall (Chopper), cinematographer; Nick Fenton (American Animals), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1979 South Africa, during the height of apartheid, writer and activist Tim Jenkin (Radcliffe) is locked up in Pretoria Central Prison, the country’s largest maximum security holding facility. Along with fellow political prisoners Stephen Lee (Webber) and Denis Goldberg (Hart), Jenkin orchestrates a daring escape…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Daniel Radcliffe sheds his familiar image even more as he takes on the meaty role of real-life activist Tim Jenkin, who fell victim to South Africa’s horrific apartheid laws.